More News In Global Health

ABC News: Australian HIV rates declining overall, but not for everyone (Sedghi, 9/24).

Associated Press: Raw sewage in streets: Cholera is Zimbabwe’s latest crisis (Mutsaka, 9/22).

Associated Press: Despite strong laws, domestic violence in Brazil is rampant (Christofaro, 9/21).

Deutsche Welle: Cholera outbreak in Nigeria’s northeast kills nearly 100 (9/22).

Devex: Q&A: How to leapfrog progress in primary health care (9/21).

The Guardian: Why do women still die giving birth? (Ford, 9/24).

Health Policy Watch: Budget Shortfalls Cripple Health Services In Tanzania Public Hospitals (Makoye, 9/19).

The Hill: Ireland to offer free abortions after ban’s repeal (Folley, 9/21).

HuffPost: The War On Drugs — In Your Bacon (Levitt, 9/22).

TIME: Bill Gates Talks to TIME About a Coming ‘Third Wave’ of Development in Africa (Kluger, 9/21).

Wall Street Journal: Murder by the Numbers (Luhnow, 9/20).

Washington Post: Hunger, not violence, fuels Guatemalan migration surge, U.S. says (Miroff/Sieff, 9/22).

Xinhua News: E.U. provides 25-mln-euro grant to end polio, support Afghan children (9/23).

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