More News In Global Health

Devex: Q&A: Rich Stearns of World Vision U.S. on the role of advocacy, faith, persistence in development (Cheney, 1/10).

The Guardian: ‘One guy took a cutlass’: gay women at greater risk of violence in Ghana (Bowman, 1/10).

HuffPost: Children With Baffling Seizure Disorder Face Uncertain Future In Northern Uganda (Martell, 1/10).

IRIN: Consecutive droughts spell disaster and hunger for Kenya in 2018 (Kibet, 1/10).

Los Angeles Times: Distrusting China’s medical system, patients turn to U.S. doctors online (Meyers, 1/11).

New York Times: In Rural Nepal, Menstruation Taboo Claims Another Victim (Sharma/Gettleman, 1/10).

PRI: These young women are raising awareness about sexual health in Iran (Jaafari, 1/10).

Reuters: Philippines exhumes bodies of two children in dengue vaccine probe (Lema, 1/11).

VOA News: UNICEF: Myanmar’s Rohingya Children Trapped, Deprived, Forgotten (Schlein, 1/10).

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