More News In Global Health

Bloomberg: Kenyan Rains Raise Risk of Large-Scale Disease Outbreak, U.N. Says (Richardson, 5/3).
CNN: Deadly floods devastate parts of East Africa (Feingold/Thornton, 5/3).
Devex: Flooding displaces hundreds of thousands in East Africa (Jerving, 5/4).

Financial Times: Football charities face challenges in teaching South African teens about HIV (Jack, 5/3).

The Guardian: Zimbabwe moves to protect women from spiraling cervical cancer rates (Hodal, 5/4).

IRIN: In Burundi, a disputed referendum threatens to deepen a neglected humanitarian crisis (Ensor, 5/3).

The Lancet: Roger Glass: celebrating the Fogarty at 50 (Guenot, 5/5).

The Lancet: Managing MDR tuberculosis in Nepal (Cousins, 5/5).

The Lancet: El Salvador’s total ban on abortion risks women’s health (Sperber, 5/5).

News Deeply: Social Behavior Change for Nutrition: Six Years of Global Programming (5/3).

Reuters: Discovery of malaria parasite survival genes offers new targets (Kelland, 5/3).

U.N. News: Mental health ‘neglected issue’ but key to achieving Global Goals, say U.N. chiefs (5/3).

U.N. News: ‘Marathon of suffering’ in Syria conflict, far from over: U.N. humanitarian adviser (5/3).

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