More News In Global Health

CIDRAP News: Rift Valley fever sickens 10 in Kenya, triggers response (Schnirring, 6/12).

Devex: Ghana PPP pilots breakthrough insecticide to fight mosquito resistance (Pallares, 6/12).

The Guardian: ‘My body, my choice’: Argentina moves closer to legal abortion with key vote (Kim, 6/13).

Inter Press Service: Project Population: Addressing Asia’s Aging Societies (Yakupitiyage, 6/12).

News Deeply: SUN Movement Building on Domestic Efforts to End Malnutrition (Setrakian, 6/12).

NPR: Boy Dies, Thousands At Risk As Monsoon Rains Lash Rohingya Refugee Camps (Ingber, 6/12).

Popular Science: Can this flu drug really stop Ebola in its tracks? (Brooks, 6/12).

U.N. News: Everyone has ‘a moral imperative’ to uphold the rights of persons with disabilities, says U.N. chief (6/12).

Xinhua News: No TB patient should be left untreated in S. Africa: deputy president (6/13).

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