More News In Global Health

aidsmap: HIV and schistosomiasis programs should be combined to reduce the spread of HIV (Carter, 1/15).

Bloomberg: Billionaire Donors Team Up for Global Impact Fund (Gordon, 1/15).

Devex: The World Bank presidential race heats up (Igoe, 1/17).

Devex: Oxfam internal inquiry finds ‘pervasive’ culture of bullying (Edwards, 1/17).

The Guardian: Oxfam failed to address sexual misconduct and bullying, finds review (Ratcliffe, 1/17).

The Guardian: Sexual abuse of boys often overlooked by state laws, global study warns (Ratcliffe, 1/16).

U.N. News: ‘Proving our worth through action’: 5 things Guterres wants the U.N. to focus on in 2019 (1/16).

U.N. News: Iran: women hunger strikers entitled to medical care, U.N. rights experts urge (1/16).

U.N. News: Mali: ‘Dire’ humanitarian situation, ‘grave’ security concerns challenge fragile peace (1/16).

Xinhua News: Palestinian officials warn of fatal threats of power crisis in Gaza hospitals to patients (1/16)

Xinhua News: Somalia, U.N. agency launch major nutrition survey for children, women (1/16).

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