More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Brazilian state decrees emergency over yellow fever outbreak (1/21).

Devex: What will it take to eliminate pneumonia deaths in children? (Lieberman, 1/22).

Financial Times: India ‘at a turning point’ to tackle pervasive child malnutrition (Kazmin, 1/21).

Forbes: Gates Foundation Funds Research For New Synthetic Malaria Vaccine (Kite-Powell, 1/19).

NPR: What Today’s Headlines About Famine Get Wrong (Aizenman, 1/19).

U.N. News Centre: Amid unprecedented needs, U.N., aid partners launch largest consolidated humanitarian appeal for Yemen (1/21).

Washington Post: Pakistan is close to eradicating polio. A double slaying shows the grim challenges still in the way. (Constable, 1/21).

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