More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Two million Afghan kids will suffer severe malnutrition this year (10/9).

Associated Press: Death toll in Haiti earthquake rises to 15; 333 injured (Sanon, 10/9).

BBC News: Ghana ‘prayer camps’ chain residents with mental health problems (Lansah et al., 10/10).

Devex: Q&A: Poor vision as the world’s largest unaddressed disability (10/10).

Devex: Is the international aid community failing its frontline partners? (Mednick, 10/9).

The Guardian: How to grapple with soaring world population? An answer from Botswana (Davis, 10/10).

The Guardian: ‘I was given photos of the fetus’: abortion stigma lingers in pioneering Uruguay (Kim, 10/10).

Quartz India: Zika virus resurfaces in India for the third time in two years (Singh, 10/9).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Nigeria, Singapore and India fuel wealth gap: Oxfam (Batha, 10/8).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Fear and prestige pushing Kenyan girls into FGM — and out of school (Bhalla, 10/8).

U.N. News: Critical food programs in North Korea can’t wait for ‘diplomatic progress,’ U.N. food agency warns (10/9).

U.N. News: Indonesia earthquake: death toll rises beyond 2,000, U.N. targets nearly 200,000, supporting government-led response (10/9).

U.N. News: First South Sudan river convoy in five years, delivers U.N. aid to remote areas (10/9).

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