More News In Global Health

Devex: Q&A: How is Ghana engaging corporations in malaria control? (Pallares, 6/11).

Devex: The 2 women entrepreneurs tackling maternal mortality in Nigeria (Rotinwa, 6/11).

Devex: What South Sudan’s increasingly fragmented war means for aid delivery (Mednick, 6/12).

The Guardian: ‘We no longer die in childbirth’: how Indian villages saved their mothers (Dhillon, 6/12).

New York Times: As an HIV Prevention Drug Surged in Australia, Condom Use Fell (Baumgaertner, 6/11).

Reuters: Kenyan official says five dead in reemergence of Rift Valley Fever (Mureithi, 6/11).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Fruit and veg off the menu for Indonesian girls as myths fuel malnutrition (Batha, 6/11).

TIME: How Community Health Workers Could Save 30 Million Lives By 2030 (6/11).

U.N. News: From the field — Rehabilitating lives in Tanzania (6/11).

U.N. News: U.N. humanitarian coordinators ‘stepped up to the challenge’ of complex emergencies: 2017 report (6/11).

VOA News: Syria Remains World’s Largest Protection, Displacement Crisis (Schlein, 6/11).

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