More News In Global Health

Associated Press: 100 Die in Nigeria Flooding as Toll Expected to Rise (9/18).

BBC News: Zambia aid: U.K. suspends funding over corruption fears (9/18).

BBC News: Yemen conflict: A million more children face famine, NGO warns (9/19).

Bloomberg: Lagarde Says World Needs to Spend More to Meet Development Goals (Mayeda, 9/17).

City Press: Women’s rights movement SheDecides targets SADC (Mkize, 9/18).

Devex: Venezuela crisis is ‘on the scale of Syria,’ UNHCR says (Welsh, 9/19).

Devex: How Bill Gates thinks about climate change, innovation, and the SDGs (Cheney, 9/19).

Intellectual Property Watch: Negotiated Deal Stands For U.N. Tuberculosis Declaration (Branigan, 9/18).

U.N. News: Agreement over buffer zone to spare civilians in Syria’s Idlib welcomed by top U.N. officials (9/18).

VOA News: U.N.: S. Sudan Doing Little to Stop Rape, Sexual Violence (Schlein, 9/18).

VOA News: Zimbabwe President Calls for Permanent End to Medieval Diseases Cholera, Typhoid (9/18).

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