More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: Nigeria’s medical brain drain: Health care woes as doctors flee (Abang, 4/8).

Al Jazeera: Five years after West Africa’s Ebola pandemic: Where are we now? (Chinwada, 4/6).

The Guardian: Paul Kagame orders release of women and girls jailed over abortion in Rwanda (Okiror, 4/5).

Inter Press Service: Safeguarding The Health of People and Planet Through Food (Yakupitiyage, 4/6).

New York Times: Flooding Displaces Tens of Thousands in Iran. And More Rain Is Forecast (Specia, 4/6).

NPR: 1st Living HIV-Positive Organ Donor Wants To Lift ‘The Shroud Of HIV-Related Stigma’ (Martin/Bowman, 4/6).

South China Morning Post Magazine: In Indonesia, LGBT communities viewed as a moral threat — condemned by religion and, increasingly, by law (Merigo, 4/7).

The Telegraph: From horror to health: How Rwanda rebuilt itself to become one of Africa’s brightest stars (Newey, 4/7).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: After floods drench eastern Zimbabwe, water shortages parch Harare (Mukeredzi, 4/7).

U.S. News & World Report: Mosquitoes Pose Potential Health Threat at U.S.-Mexico Border (Newman, 4/5).

Xinhua News: WHO urges efforts for universal health coverage in Africa (4/7).

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