More News In Global Health

Business Insider: A $350 toilet powered by worms may be the ingenious future of sanitation that Bill Gates has been dreaming about (Brueck, 1/13).

The Guardian: Afghanistan bucks global trend with sharp rise in civilian casualties (McVeigh, 1/11).

IRIN: Briefing: Sudanese call for bread and freedom (1/9).

IRIN: “The world forgot us”: Women and health care in ruined Raqqa (Pagani/Manisera, 1/8).

U.N. News: First aid in six months reaches families in western Yemen, ‘timelines’ slip over Hudaydah ceasefire talks (1/15).

Washington Post: Menstrual health programs need a new focus in developing world, critic says (Kvatum, 1/13).

Washington Post: In war-weary Kabul, burning coal and tires keeps residents warm — and the city choked by smog (Horton/Hassan, 1/12).

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