More News In Global Health

CIDRAP News: WHO aims to build health worker knowledge of antimicrobial stewardship (Roos, 6/7).

Devex: Tackling the hidden cause of maternal mortality in Nigeria (6/7).

Devex: Inside the SDG innovation lab that aims to build a 13,000-person movement (Rogers, 6/7).

EURACTIV: Health and vaccine research set to lose out from new E.U. research budget (Fox, 6/7).

The Lancet: Health ministers adopt African Medicines Agency treaty (Zarocostas, 6/9).

The Lancet: Resolution on snakebite envenoming adopted at the WHA (Burki, 6/9).

Mail & Guardian: Tedros aims to turn the WHO around (Sayagues, 6/8).

News Deeply: To End Famines, Prosecute Leaders Who Use Hunger as a Weapon: Expert (Green, 6/7).

News Deeply: New Report Highlights Global Disparities in Breastfeeding Rates (Byatnal, 6/7).

The Telegraph: How African drug sellers are getting a makeover in an effort to combat superbugs (Gulland, 6/7).

U.N. News: Hunger surges amid deadly conflicts, poor weather conditions in many countries — U.N. agriculture agency (6/7).

VOA News: U.N.: Ugandan Refugees, Host Communities Equally Deprived (Athumani, 6/6).

VOA News: Charity: More Than Half of Children Worldwide at Risk (Eagle, 6/7).

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