More News In Global Health

BuzzFeed News: 8 Disease Outbreaks From 2018 That You Should Know About (Kee, 12/16).

Devex: DFID urged to push for bolder U.N. humanitarian reforms (Edwards, 12/19).

The Economist: Why did Nigeria ban UNICEF? (12/18).

The Economist: Scanning mosquitoes with infrared light could help to control malaria (12/18).

The Guardian: ‘The blood lady’: the medical start-up founder saving lives in Nigeria — podcast (Lamble/Stephens, 12/19).

MedPage Today: Australia on Track to ‘Eliminate Cervical Cancer as a Public Health Issue’ (Minerd, 12/17).

NPR: Nobel Winner Wants To Start Fund For Women Sexually Assaulted In Conflict (Cole, 12/18).

PRI: Abortion is legal in Italy, but most doctors refuse to perform them (12/18).

Reuters: WHO confirms case of yellow fever in Netherlands, says risk low (Kelland, 12/18).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Girls taken to Uganda, Tanzania for ‘vacation cutting’ as Kenya cracks down on FGM (Bhalla, 12/17).

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