More News In Global Health

Devex: Better mortality data can have big payoffs, say public health experts (Lieberman, 5/17).

Financial Times: Oxfam chief executive quits after aid scandal (Mance, 5/16).

News Deeply: The Cutting Edge of Malnutrition Research in India is Inside the Gut (Jain, 5/16).

Reuters: In Bangladesh, some 60 babies a day born in Rohingya camps: U.N. (Nichols, 5/16).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Education and roads key to withstanding food crises — U.N. (Win, 5/15).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: ‘Vicious cycle’ as conflict uproots millions in Africa (Peyton, 5/16).

U.N. News: Obese people more likely to smoke, says new gene research: WHO (5/16).

U.N. News: UNICEF delivers medical supplies to Gaza in wake of deadly protests (5/16).

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