More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: Barely alive after IS, Syrian babies haunted by malnutrition (Gebeily, 2/8).

Devex: Conflict expected to deepen Africa’s hunger crisis in 2019 (Roby, 2/8).

Devex: Weeks before Brexit, Europe ends aid funding for non-E.U. NGOs (Chadwick/Edwards, 2/8).

New York Times: U.N. Warns That Grain to Feed Millions Could Rot (Walsh, 2/7).

U.N. News: Measles in Europe: infection rates highest in a decade, says U.N. health agency (2/7).

U.N. News: Million across Yemen ‘just a step away from famine,’ with food available but inaccessible (2/7).

U.N. News: More women and girls needed in the sciences to solve world’s biggest challenges (2/7).

U.S. News & World Report: Study: Suicide Rates Decline Globally While U.S. Rate Rises (Newman, 2/7).

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