More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Liberia investigates U.S.-backed charity after alleged rapes (Paye-Layleh, 10/16).
NPR: Report: Liberian Charity Worker Raped Girls He Was Supposed To Protect (Harper, 10/16).
TIME: More Than Me CEO Katie Meyler Temporarily Steps Down (Young, 10/15).

Al Jazeera: UNICEF: Two million children in DRC are acutely malnourished (Soi, 10/16).

BBC News: Yemen could be ‘worst famine in 100 years’ (10/15).

Deutsche Welle: World Food Program study: hunger rates worsening with digitalization (Zindel, 10/16).

Deutsche Welle: World Food Day: Senegal makes gains towards fighting malnutrition (Landais, 10/16).

Devex: Why did India really reject the human capital index? (Byatnal, 10/17).

The Guardian: Global register set up to keep criminals out of aid sector (Rawlinson, 10/16).

The Guardian: Scale of Yemen famine was ‘initially underestimated’ by aid agencies (Summers, 10/16).

Intellectual Property Watch: Antimicrobial Resistance At The World Investment Forum: UNCTAD, WHO Join Forces (Saez, 10/16).

Mosaic: How a wooden bench in Zimbabwe is starting a revolution in mental health (Riley, 10/16).

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