More News In Global Health

Devex: PNG health minister on malaria cases rise: ‘We let our guards down’ (Ravelo, 10/19).

Devex: Long Story Short #32: Responding to Indonesia’s dual disaster (10/18).

Devex: Australia recommends code of conduct changes in response to #AidToo (Cornish, 10/19).

The Economist: A new device can identify air travelers carrying an infectious disease (10/18).

IRIN: Early warnings, late response to Senegal’s food crisis (Rouse, 10/18).

NPR: They Call Her ‘Queen Of Dung’ — And She Doesn’t Mind (Loelius, 10/18).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Feature: Go fish! Minnow ‘nutrient bombs’ deployed to end malnutrition (Ferrie et al., 10/18).

Vox: Bednets are one of our best tools against malaria — but myths about their misuse threaten to obscure that (Piper, 10/18).

Xinhua News: China makes remarkable efforts to improve family planning: official (10/18).

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