More News In Global Health

Broadly: Nigerian Hospitals Are Locking Up Women Unable to Pay Their Childbirth Bills (Bryce/Udobang, 4/1).

CNN: Prostate cancer diagnoses, deaths decreasing worldwide, study says (Powell, 4/2).

The Guardian: Debt crisis warning as poorest countries’ repayment bills soar (Elliott, 4/3).

NPR: Cholera 101: Why This Ancient Disease Is Making Headlines In 2019 (Shreiber/Beaubien, 4/2).

Reuters: Study points to new antibody approach to tackling Ebola, other infections (Kelland, 4/2).

SciDev.Net: Most SDGs ‘going into reverse’ — U.N. expert group member (Deighton, 4/2).

U.N. News: Help prevent children ‘from becoming victims in the first place,’ implores Guterres at campaign launch (4/2).

U.N. News: Acute food insecurity ‘far too high’ U.N. agency warns, as 113 million go hungry (4/2).

U.N. News: Strengthen inclusion, participation of people with autism to ‘achieve their full potential’ says U.N. chief (4/2).

VOA News: Malawi Government Appeals for Aid for Cyclone Floods Victims (Masina, 4/2).

Washington Post: The Islamic State’s refugees are facing a humanitarian calamity (Cunningham/Sadoun, 4/2).

Xinhua News: U.N. humanitarian chief asks for compliance with int’l humanitarian law (4/2).

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