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Associated Press: U.N. rights chief: Challenges increase to global cooperation (Lederer, 10/15). Associated Press: Post-war Liberians are demanding better mental health care (Paye-Layleh, 10/12). CNN: Drones, apps and smart lockers: The technology transforming healthcare in Africa (Lewis, 10/15). Devex: Q&A: What South Africa has learned tackling TB (Root, 10/16). Reuters:…

Celebrities Write Open Letter To Raise Awareness Of Infectious Diseases, Importance Of Global Fund

Borgen Magazine: An Open Letter Against Infectious Diseases “Dozens of international celebrities addressed an open letter ‘to 7-year-olds everywhere.’ Notable figures, such as Jennifer Garner, Trevor Noah, Penélope Cruz, Sir Elton John, and more, recently signed an open letter against infectious diseases, specifically AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis. These celebrities hope…

The Telegraph Examines Testing Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes In Burkina Faso To Prevent Malaria, Residents’ Opposition To Technique

The Telegraph: ‘We don’t want to be guinea pigs’: how one African community is fighting genetically modified mosquitoes “…Researchers from the Target Malaria consortium, a not-for-profit research group funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and various research institutions, have developed a mosquito in their laboratory that can kill…

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Devex: Kenya learns from its neighbors with HPV vaccine rollout (Jerving, 10/4). The Lancet: Polio returns to the Philippines (Thornton, 10/5). NPR: After Hurricane Dorian, The ‘Wikipedia Of Maps’ Came To The Rescue (Lu, 10/3). The Telegraph: Saliva tests to diagnose malaria one step closer as researchers get £1m for…

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BBC: Nigeria police raid Lagos ‘baby factory’ (9/30). DAWN: Battling misinformation remains biggest challenge in Pakistan’s fight to end polio (Masood, 10/1). Devex: Are water ATMs dispensing a viable solution to clean water? (Root, 10/1). DW: Russian alcohol consumption plunges 40%: WHO (10/1). Pulitzer Center: Uganda: De-Normalizing Sexual Violence (Foecke,…

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AFP: WHO welcomes Taliban decision to lift ban on health workers (9/26). CIDRAP News: Study implicates Asian Zika strain in African microcephaly cases (Schnirring, 9/26). Devex: Q&A: Putting health workers at the center of global health goals (9/27). Devex: Are there enough cases to declare a malaria epidemic in Burundi?…

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Associated Press: Mexican state becomes 2nd jurisdiction to legalize abortion (9/25). BBC: The tiny kingdom fighting an epidemic (Ro, 9/26). Reuters: Health workers aim to save lives of mothers and babies with smartphone data (Kelland, 9/25). Reuters: Liberian hospital patients turned away as medical strike bites (Toweh et al., 9/25).…