More News In Global Health

CIDRAP News: European report warns XDR gonorrhea threatens future treatment (Dall, 5/8).

Devex: U.K. aid groups to be asked to report safeguarding spending (Anders, 5/9).

Devex: Key takeaways from Australia’s 2018 aid budget (Cornish, 5/8).

Devex: Q&A: How UNICEF is mapping South Sudan’s most remote states (Mednick, 5/8).

The Guardian: Lethal flash floods hit East African countries already in dire need (Okiror, 5/8).

New York Times: Nigeria’s President Draws Criticism for Seeking Medical Care Abroad (Akinwotu, 5/8).

Reuters: After Rohingya rape accusations, U.N. warns of imminent births (Nichols, 5/8).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Red Cross plans to fight disasters with fast funding (Lazareva, 5/7).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Feature — As teenagers die, Zimbabwean lawmakers call for abortion reform (Phiri, 5/8).

U.N. News: Dangers persist for nearly a million Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh: WHO (5/8).

Vox: Be thankful you were born after the smallpox vaccine (Belluz, 5/8).

Xinhua News: Peace key to attain “zero hunger” in Near East, North Africa: U.N. (5/9).

Xinhua News: Uganda strives to contain raging cholera outbreaks (5/9).

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