More News In Global Health

BBC News: Menstruating girls banned from crossing Ghana river (1/11).

Devex: DRC cholera outbreak hampers humanitarian efforts, worries neighbors (Roby, 1/12).

The Guardian: ‘A great milestone’: Somaliland adopts legislation outlawing rape (Bowman, 1/11).

The Lancet: Natalia Kanem: lifelong advocate for women’s health and rights (Zarocostas, 1/13).

New York Times: A Blue Sky in Beijing? It’s Not a Fluke, Says Greenpeace (Myers/Ryan, 1/11).

News Deeply Women and Girls: How Mongolia Revolutionized Reproductive Health for Nomadic Women (Tali, 1/11).

Reuters: Zambian army enters slum after riots over cholera controls: state radio (Mfula, 1/12).

STAT: Genome sequencing turns up new drivers of drug resistance in malaria (Thielking, 1/11).

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