More News In Global Health

Devex: Analyzing Australia’s aid trajectory (Cornish, 5/11).

Devex: Applying a workplace model to family planning outreach in the Philippines (Ravelo, 5/14).

Nigeria’s Guardian: Federal government, U.S. sign MoU on HIV, Hepatitis B, C survey (Onyedika-Ugoeze/Onyenucheya, 5/11).

Newsweek: Meet the woman saving thousands of girls from female genital mutilation (Maza, 5/12).

New York Times: Noted Humanitarian Charged With Child Rape in Nepal, Stunning a Village (Schultz/Bhandari, 5/11).

Quartz: Africa’s desperate youth are getting high on opioids and anything they can get their hands on (Kazem/Chutel, 5/9).

Reuters: U.N. reports 120 unexplained deaths in northeast Congo (Miles, 5/11).

SciDev.Net: New strains of leishmaniasis may hit elimination plans (Mallapaty, 5/11).

SciDev.Net: Snakebite resolution set for Health Assembly approval (Irwin, 5/11).

Scientific American: Why Does Ebola Keep Showing Up in the Democratic Republic of the Congo? (Maron, 5/11).

U.N. News: Nigeria: ‘Largest-ever’ outbreak of Lassa fever contained but monitoring still needed, says U.N. health agency (5/11).

U.N. News: Mothers, children, lacking basic nutrition in North Korea: U.N. food aid chief (5/11).

U.N. News: For Rohingya refugees, imminent surge in births is traumatic legacy of sexual violence — special report (5/11).

Xinhua News: 91 killed in Yemen’s diphtheria outbreak: WHO (5/13).

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