More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Measles epidemic in Madagascar kills more than 900, says WHO (2/21).

Associated Press: U.N. says North Korea has asked for help on food shortages (2/21).

BBC News: Singapore HIV data leak shakes a vulnerable community (Leyl, 2/22).

Christian Science Monitor: Not your typical door-to-door sales: the family-planning ladies of Nigeria (Brown, 2/21).

CNN Philippines: ‘Fake news is deadly’: The numbers behind measles cases and immunization in the Philippines (Popioco, 2/21).

Devex: Donors come together on a plan for drone investment (Cheney, 2/21).

Devex: Q&A: How the next generation can change global health ‘faces and spaces’ (Root, 2/21).

Fast Company: How UNICEF sends lifesaving supplies anywhere within 48 hours (Locker, 2/21).

MIT Technology Review: China’s CRISPR twins might have had their brains inadvertently enhanced (Regalado, 2/21).

New York Times: India Threatens a New Weapon Against Pakistan: Water (Gettleman et al., 2/21).

NPR: A Fatal Public Health Problem In Africa That Flies Under The Radar (McDonnell, 2/21).

Pulitzer Center: Some Anti-FGM Activists Say Law Is Not Enough to End Practice (Nzanga, 2/19).

U.N. News: Pregnant, nursing women can now be given Ebola vaccine, U.N. health agency announces (2/21).

VOA News: Study: Abortions From Rapes on Rise in Cameroon’s Conflict Zones (Kindzeka, 2/20).

VOA News: Malawi’s Albinos Look to Asylum to Escape Attacks (Masina, 2/21).

Xinhua News: Interview: China helps Africa in fight against Ebola outbreak: Africa CDC chief (2/22).