More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Bootleg liquor, not water, killed Cambodian villagers (5/7).

Devex: Q&A: CARE Bangladesh country director on Rohingya crisis (Welsh, 5/8).

Financial Times: India’s health care: does Modi have the right cure? (Kazmin, 5/7).

The Guardian: U.N. sexual misconduct chief was promoted while facing harassment claims (Ratcliffe, 5/8).

The Hill: How Ebola entered the American consciousness: A Trump tweet (Wilson, 5/8).

Intellectual Property Watch: Unitaid Calls For Proposals On TB, Hails New Insecticide (Adepeju, 5/7).

Intellectual Property Watch: U.S. State-By-State Analysis Shows Benefits Of Funding Global Health Research (Adepeju, 5/7).

News Deeply: Nutrition Interventions Alone Not Enough to Reduce Stunting: New Report (Green, 5/8).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: ‘Game-changer’ phone app aims to end child marriage in Bangladesh (Banerji, 5/6).

TIME: How Imams, Royalty, and Family Celebrations are Wiping Out Polio in Nigeria (Kluger, 5/7).

U.N. News: U.N. forum to coordinate global efforts to address worsening water shortages (5/7).

Xinhua News: Feature: Midwives in war-torn Afghanistan eager to work despite cultural, economic barriers (Behbud, 5/7).

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