More News In Global Health

ABC News Australia: The end could be in sight for obstetric fistula, a devastating childbirth injury (Worthington, 2/24).

Bloomberg: These Are the World’s Healthiest Nations (Miller/Lu, 2/24).

Devex: Interactive: USAID nutrition projects worldwide (Wisenberger, 2/22).

Health Policy Watch: Gavi Begins Major Typhoid Vaccination Campaign Against Outbreak In Zimbabwe (New, 2/22).

Reuters: Japan scientists win backing for work on potential Nipah vaccine (Kelland, 2/24).

STAT: Chinese government funding may have been used for ‘CRISPR babies’ project, documents suggest (Qiu, 2/25).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Devout Jamaica debates green light for abortion after rape, incest (Chappell, 2/25).

U.N. News: U.N. and partners to hold conference seeking urgently needed funds to save millions in Yemen from ‘horrific’ plight (2/24).

U.N. News: Without scaled-up humanitarian assistance ‘more and more people’ at risk in South Sudan (2/22).

Vanguard: The generation that could transform Nigeria has been born — Melinda Gates (Okogba, 2/23).

VOA News: Mother’s Death in Childbirth Sparks Outcry in Cambodia (Narin, 2/24).

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