More News In Global Health

Devex: Moving beyond a ‘flush and forget’ mindset in India (Saldinger, 11/19).

Devex: Long Story Short #36: The future of family planning (11/16).

Financial Times: Big Tobacco prepares to fight proposed ban on menthol cigarettes (Gray/Edgecliffe-Johnson, 11/17).

Reuters: World Bank re-engages Tanzania on scrapped education plan (Dausen/Mohammed, 11/18).

U.N. News: UNICEF welcomes Bangladesh statement that Rohingya will not be forced to leave (11/16).

Women’s Advancement Deeply: For First Time in Decades, Liberia’s Taps Are No Longer Running Dry (Thomas, 11/12).

Xinhua News: China Focus: China’s “Toilet Revolution” brings better sanitation to rural schools (11/18).

Xinhua News: Zika virus may cause growth delay, memory impairment: study (11/17).

Xinhua News: Laos vows to eliminate malaria by 2030: deputy health minister (11/16).

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