More News In Global Health

Associated Press: UNICEF warns against Yemen’s economic crisis, violence (10/19).

Associated Press: Zika outbreak in northern India state exceeds 100 cases (10/22).

Devex: Despite famine risk, humanitarian access worsens in Yemen (Lieberman, 10/22).

Devex: Nutrition gets a moment at the World Food Prize as global hunger rises (Welsh, 10/22).

The Guardian: The girl who didn’t hide: overcoming the odds in Burkina Faso (Lamble, 10/22).

Health Policy Watch: An Expert View: After The U.N. High-Level Meetings On TB, NCDs, What Happens Next? (Branigan, 10/16).

Health Policy Watch: “The People’s Prescription”: New Report Calls For Value Creation Instead Of Value Extraction In Pharmaceutical R&D (Branigan, 10/15).

Homeland Preparedness News: Only a quarter of drug-resistant tuberculosis cases detected, international study finds (Galford, 10/19).

New York Times: These Women Are Saving Lives, One Pregnancy at a Time (Tumin/Scrilatti, 10/19).

NPR: Report: Women Everywhere Don’t Know Enough About Ovarian Cancer (Silberner, 10/21).

NPR: U.N. Calls For End To Virginity Tests (Gharib, 10/19).

U.N. News: Sulawesi devastation ‘beyond imagination’ as massive aid operation continues: U.N. relief agencies (10/19).

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