More News In Global Health
Associated Press: U.S. doctor who survived Ebola honored for service in Liberia (Marcelo, 1/31).
The BMJ: Coca-Cola and obesity: study shows efforts to influence U.S. Centers for Disease Control (Iacobucci, 1/30).
Devex: What role for development actors in global food system overhaul? (Green, 1/31).
Devex: How one NGO helped eliminate avoidable blindness in over 1,000 villages (Ravelo, 1/30).
Devex: USAID, U.S. NGOs leave Gaza, West Bank over terrorism law (Welsh, 1/29).
Homeland Preparedness News: Collaboration of U.S. university researchers developing new Zika test (Galford, 1/30).
Inter Press Service: Crusade Against Sex Education Undermines Progress Made in Latin America (Frayssinet, 1/30).
Pakistan Today: PM commends polio workers performing duty in harsh weather (1/30).
Quartz: An organic cosmetics range is the latest homegrown innovation trying to eradicate malaria (Chutel, 1/31).
U.N. News: U.N. relief chief urges Security Council to back aid delivery, more funding for millions of Syrians hit by harsh weather (1/30).
VOA News: UNICEF Asks for $180 Million to Feed South Sudanese (Solomon, 1/30).
Xinhua News: Spotlight: From combating Malaria to cataract surgery, China a big help for poor countries (1/31).
Xinhua News: Myanmar, UNICEF to continue collaboration in immunization program (1/31).
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