More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Yemen doctors despair as babies starve in ‘orphaned province’ (9/28).

CNN: World’s first human case of rat disease discovered (Senthilingam/Picheta, 9/28).

Deutsche Welle: When nature calls, there’s a problem in parts of Ghana (Kaledzi, 9/28).

Devex: Can faith groups convince Australia to act on foreign aid (Cornish, 10/1).

Devex: Innovation at Save the Children: A return on investment, literally (Cheney, 9/28).

The Economist: The poor world and the rich world face different problems with their waste (9/29).

Global Health NOW: Global Health NOW Live: What Disasters Can Teach You (Simpson, 9/28).

Inter Press Service: More Women Owning Agricultural Land in Africa Means Increased Food Security and Nutrition (Yakupitiyage, 9/30).

New York Times: China’s Health Care Crisis: Lines Before Dawn, Violence and ‘No Trust’ (Wee, 9/30).

South China Morning Post: ‘I was lucky, they weren’t’: why a Wall Street banker quit his high-flying job to help China’s AIDS orphans (Yan, 9/30).

USA TODAY: 100 years ago, influenza killed as many as 50 million people. Could it happen again today? (Rice, 9/28).

VOA News: Afghan Provincial Officials: Taliban Are Interfering in Polio Vaccination Efforts (Zaland, 9/30).

Washington Post: Argentines sacrifice vacations, Internet and even food as economic crisis intensifies (Cosoy, 9/28).

Xinhua News: New HIV infections rising dramatically in Philippines: data (9/29).

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