More News In Global Health

CNN Philippines: In Palawan, reproductive health remains a top concern (Ladrido, 7/27).

Deutsche Welle: UNICEF: Nearly every third human trafficking victim is a child (7/29).

Deutsche Welle: Saudi airstrikes in Yemen hit facilities providing water to hundreds of thousands facing cholera epidemic (7/30).

Fast Company: A new plan will bring toilets to 250 million people who need them (Anzilotti, 7/26).

Financial Times: India’s curb on life-saving drug prompts court challenge (Kazmin, 7/29).

Health Policy Watch: Tackling Pain Seen As Vital To Debate On Noncommunicable Diseases And Care (Anderson, 7/26).

Health Policy Watch: Wrong Diagnosis, Medication Errors, Care-Related Infections Adding USD 1 Trillion To Spiraling Health Costs Globally, Warn OECD, WHO, World Bank (Zarocostas, 7/24).

New York Times: 11 and Married: Malaysia Spars Over Young Brides (Beech, 7/29).

STAT: New Ebola species is reported for first time in a decade (Branswell, 7/27).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Attacks on aid workers rise in Central African Republic (Peyton, 7/29).

U.N. News: ‘Warehouses emptying’ amid growing humanitarian needs in south-west Syria (7/27).

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