More News In Global Health

Devex: In Ethiopia, a multipronged approach to tackle avoidable blindness (Mednick, 11/28).

Devex: Women Deliver launches local Deliver for Good campaigns (Roby, 11/28).

The Guardian: Powdered polio vaccine brings hope to Nigeria and Pakistan (Davis, 11/27).

Homeland Preparedness News: Fewer companies support antibiotic drug research, development (Adrien, 11/27).

NPR: Why The Abortion Rate In Pakistan Is One Of The World’s Highest (Hadid, 11/28).

Reuters: UNICEF, WHO launch polio vaccination campaign in Yemen (Eltahir, 11/27).

Reuters: South Africa’s Aspen launches three-in-one HIV drug (Dludla, 11/27).

U.N. News: Better housing means better health and well-being, stress new WHO guidelines (11/27).

World Politics Review: Latin America’s ‘Double Burden’ of Malnutrition: Rising Obesity and Undernourishment (Radwin, 11/27).

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