More News In Global Health

Associated Press: AP Exclusive: Sackler foreign firm caught up in opioid probe (Galofaro/D’Emilio, 5/29).

Devex: Global Financing Facility prepares for leadership shake-up (Edwards, 5/29).

Devex: Q&A: Igniting the power of girls and women in global health (5/29).

Devex: Child hunger threatens Africa’s economy, report says (Root, 5/28).

Homeland Preparedness News: FDA authorizes first Zika diagnostic test for marketing (Galford, 5/28).

The Lancet HIV: Nigeria’s new HIV/AIDS conundrum (Adepoju, June 2019).

STAT: Fertility clinics around the world asked ‘CRISPR babies’ scientist for how-to help (Begley, 5/28).

U.N. News: Artificial intelligence summit focuses on fighting hunger, climate crisis and transition to ‘smart sustainable cities’ (5/28).

VOA News: Pakistan Trying to Grapple With Its Biggest HIV Outbreak (Gul, 5/28).

VOA News: Severe Drought Puts 2 Million Somalis at Starvation Risk (Nor, 5/28).

WIRED: The Radical Plan To Change How Antibiotics Get Developed (McKenna, 5/28).

Xinhua News: U.N. team, donors assess responses to Cyclone Idai devastation in Zimbabwe (5/28).

Xinhua News: U.N. warns poor waste management threatens human settlement globally (5/28).

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