More News In Global Health

CNN: Scourge of superbugs killing Malawi’s babies (Davies, 8/8).

CNN: Faced with falling birth rates, China urges citizens to have more babies (Griffiths/Wang, 8/8).

Devex: Challenges facing SDG 2030 deadline for safe water and sanitation (Cornish, 8/9).

Reuters: Nigeria approves $150 mln World Bank loan to fight polio (Onuah/Ohuocha, 8/8).

Reuters: Campaign on fistula brings renewed hope for rural Nigerian women (Achirga/Johnston, 8/8).

SciDev.Net: Crisis in Venezuela threatens region’s measles-free status (Leighton, 8/9).

U.N. News: ‘Well-being of two million’ in Gaza at stake as emergency fuel runs dry: U.N. humanitarian coordinator (8/8).

VOA News: Oral Cholera Vaccination Campaign in Yemen Falls Short (Schlein, 8/8).

Xinhua News: Over 900 people infected with dengue fever in NW Myanmar in 7 months (8/8).

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