More News In Global Health

Devex: ‘Wise persons’ to scrutinize E.U. development finance (Chadwick, 4/16).

Devex: Q&A: ICRC chief on why international NGOs ‘are at extreme risk’ (Igoe, 4/16).

Devex: Q&A: How a skeptic helped design Co-Impact’s approach to giving (Cheney, 4/17).

Fast Company: Bill Gates isn’t scared of sharks, but he wants nothing to do with mosquitoes (Paynter, 4/16).

The Guardian: Portable kit to treat babies with jaundice goes on trial in Peru (Hodal, 4/16).

Mail & Guardian: The Arab world’s silent reproductive revolution (4/17).

New York Times: In India, a Renewed Fight Against Leprosy (Mandavilli, 4/17).

Quartz: One month later: Cyclone Idai’s devastation by the numbers (Chutel, 4/16).

SciDev.Net: Africa making progress in using STI to achieve SDGs (Nakweya, 4/16).

Xinhua News: 106 cases of imported dengue fever reported in Taiwan this year (4/16).

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