More News In Global Health

Devex: Syria’s humanitarian crisis not likely to end in 2019, U.N. expert says (Lieberman, 10/5).

Inter Press Service: Over and Under Nutrition: Two Sides of an Unhealthy Coin (Yakupitiyage, 10/4).

IRIN: “If the water finishes, we will leave”: Drought is forcing hundreds of thousands of Afghans from their homes (Glinski, 10/4).

The Lancet: Providing psychosocial support in Kerala after the floods (Chatterjee, 10/6).

NPR: A Global Health Evangelist Is Shocked To Hear He’s A ‘Genius’ (Beaubien, 10/4).

NPR: BBC Looks Back On Epidemic With Documentary: ‘Zika Love Stories’ (Martin, 10/4).

RNZ: PNG polio response campaign seems to be working, WHO says (Tahana, 10/5).

Reuters: Zimbabwe vaccinates 1.4 million to combat worst cholera outbreak in a decade (Dzirutwe, 10/4).

U.N. News: Nigeria inundated by floods; U.N. steps up disease prevention efforts (10/4).

U.N. News: Syria: U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator calls for unimpeded access from within the country (10/4).

Yonhap: WHO includes N. Korea among countries most burdened with tuberculosis: report (10/5).

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