More News In Global Health

Devex: Investment into vision care could stem major economic losses (Root, 5/7).

Devex: Q&A: NGO director stresses need to rebuild a more resilient Mozambique (Root, 5/7).

Devex: South Sudan aid sector ‘infected’ with bribery, local NGOs say (Mednick, 5/6).

Inter Press Service: West Africa’s Fine Line Between Cultural Norms and Child Trafficking (da Silva, 5/3).

Global Press Journal: Options for Reproductive Health Are Limited for Women in IDP Camps in DRC (Saambili, 5/5).

Global Press Journal: High in the Himalayas, Family Planning Services Inaccessible to Nomadic Women (Bashir/Maqbool, 5/6).

The Guardian: Inspired touch: how blind women outdo doctors at finding breast cancer (Olazábal, 5/6).

PBS NewsHour: Melinda Gates on her foundation’s work and the need to ‘lift up women’ worldwide (Brangham/Woodruff, 5/6).

Xinhua News: Tanzania working to control spread of dengue fever as cases rise to over 1,000: minister (5/6).

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