More News In Global Health

Devex: In Yemen, growing caseloads overwhelm international aid groups (Lieberman, 5/24).

Global Health NOW: A New Plan for Mental Illness, the Silent Killer (Simpson, 5/23).

The Lancet: Millions of health-care facilities lack WASH services (Burki, June 2019).

New York Times: 4 Women With Lives Scarred by Genital Cutting: Could a Surgeon Heal Them? (Belluck, 5/24).

NPR: The Philippines Is Fighting One Of The World’s Worst Measles Outbreaks (Beaubien, 5/23).

PRI: For centuries, migrants have been said to pose public health risks. They don’t (5/23).

Quartz Africa: As measles spreads, should African countries issue health travel restrictions for Westerners? (Kimeria, 5/23).

VOA News: Angola’s Record Drought Puts Millions at Food Security Risk (Coroado, 5/24).

Xinhua News: Tibet sees progress in health sector (5/23).

Xinhua News: Roundup: Nigerian gov’t mulls indirect subsidies for toilet construction to end open defecation (5/23).

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