More News In Global Health

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Coke and CDC, Atlanta icons, share cozy relationship, emails show (Judd, 2/6).

CIDRAP News: More Ebola reported from Katwa hot spot (Soucheray, 2/6).

Devex: Q&A: Lessons from Australian aid’s disability inclusion program (Cornish, 2/7).

IRIN: In rural Pakistan, ‘worst drought in years’ drives displacement and hunger (Shaikh/Tunio, 2/6).

Reuters: China says tests of possibly tainted medical product show no HIV (Xu/Munroe, 2/6).

U.N. News: Food choices today, impact health of both ‘people and planet’ tomorrow (2/6).

U.N. News: Largest joint U.N. humanitarian convoy of the war, reaches remote Syrian settlement (2/6).

VOA News: Report: Kenya’s Stringent Laws Limit Access to Safe Abortions (Ombuor, 2/7).

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