More News In Global Health

Devex: At AIDS 2018, a strong push for HIV self-testing. But is everyone on board? (Ravelo, 8/2).

Devex: Q&A: How mobile technology can help achieve the SDGs (Roby, 8/2).

Forbes: Icons of Impact: A Global Surgeon Who Invests In Impact (Doherty, 8/1).

The Guardian: Professor forced into hiding by death threats over Brazil abortion hearing (Phillips, 8/2).

IRIN: In Rohingya camps, traditional healers fill a gap in helping refugees overcome trauma (Chen, 7/30).

IRIN: As Iraq slips from the headlines, humanitarians worry that aid donors are beginning to lose interest (Slemrod, 8/2).

NBC News: Drug-resistant superbugs may have just learned a new trick (Fox, 8/1).

NPR: ‘Uber For Poop’ Aims To Break Up Senegal’s Toilet Cartel (Smith, 7/27).

Reuters: Ugandan hospitals hit by shortages of drugs, other supplies (Biryabarema, 8/1).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Amal Clooney Scholarship Winner Aims to Fight Child Marriage and Rape (Kanso, 7/31).

U.N. News: Yemen: Attacks on water facilities, civilian infrastructure, breach ‘basic laws of war’ says UNICEF (8/1).

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