More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Nobel peace winners demand action against sex abuse (Keyton, 12/9).

Associated Press: Slovak hospitals hold new Roma mothers against their will (Cheng, 12/10).

CNN: How low tech is making a big impact on maternal deaths in Nigeria (Adeoye, 12/7).

The Guardian: ‘No world to leave our children’: progress on women’s rights still lags, shows study (Hodal, 12/7).

The Guardian: Peter Hotez: ‘What happens when the anti-vaccine movement moves into India?’ (Anthony, 12/8).

Health Policy Watch: New Study Tracks Global Children’s Antibiotic Use, Finds Deviation From WHO Guidelines (Branigan, 12/7).

New York Times: Toxic Smoke Is Africa’s Quiet Killer. An Entrepreneur Says His Fix Can Make a Fortune (Goodman, 12/6).

NPR: Pakistan Ousts 18 Aid Agencies. Human Rights Minister Tweets ‘They Must Leave’ (Hadid, 12/7).

SciDev.Net: Country-owned strategies to fight malaria (Adepoju, 12/7).

U.N. News: U.N. emergency relief fund has ‘never been more critical’: Guterres (12/7).

Vox: Gene drives could end malaria. And they just escaped a U.N. ban (Matthews, 12/7).

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