More News In Global Health

BBC News: Concerns over global resurgence of measles (3/14).

Devex: WHO launches new guideline for community health workers (Roby, 3/14).

The Guardian: ‘There is no tomorrow for me’: Rwanda’s teen mothers — in pictures (Allen-Story, 3/15).

IRIN: Failed aid gambit deepens crisis for Venezuelans at closed Colombia border (Collins, 3/14).

IRIN: In Madagascar, 1,100 measles deaths are more about money than ‘vaccine hesitancy’ (Rabary, 3/14).

Reuters: Botswana’s High Court postpones decision in gay sex case (Benza, 3/15).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Mosquito-killing drug offers new tool for fighting malaria (Peyton, 3/14).

U.N. News: U.N. welcomes ‘record’ Brussels conference pledge of nearly $7 billion to support Syrians (3/14).

U.N. News: 99 percent of intravenous drug users lack access to health, ‘social services with dignity,’ says UNAIDS chief (3/14).

VOA News: Quarter-Million Children Malnourished as Conflict in DRC Rages On (Arabasadi, 3/14).

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