More News In Global Health

CNBC Africa: How Africa can archive its targets on Sustainable Development Goals (6/11).

Devex: Q&A: Why women farmers are key to good nutrition (Root, 6/12).

The Guardian: Patients sleep under the stars in long queue for medical visas (Glinski, 6/12).

New York Times: Brazil Fails to Replace Cuban Doctors, Hurting Health Care of 28 Million (Darlington/Casado, 6/11).

NPR: The Queen Honors Two Women Who Seek To End Female Genital Mutilation (Neilson, 6/11).

Reuters: Cholera surge stalks Yemen’s hungry and displaced (al-Rajehy/Barrington, 6/11).

U.N. News: Sudan: ‘Violence must stop’, says UNICEF chief, ‘gravely concerned’ over 19 child deaths since military backlash (6/11).

U.S. News & World Report: Lessons From a Pandemic, a Decade Later (Sternberg, 6/11).

VOA News: Many Zimbabweans Still Distressed 3 Months After Cyclone Idai (Mavhunga, 6/10).

Washington Post: C-sections are all the rage in Brazil. So too, now, are fancy parties to watch them (Lopes, 6/11).

Xinhua News: Chinese envoy urges int’l community to redouble efforts to eradicate poverty (6/11).

Xinhua News: Ethiopia says 525 people infected by cholera outbreak (6/11).

Xinhua News: S. Africa’s AIDS conference focuses on combining efforts to end HIV epidemic (6/11).

Xinhua News: WHO urges more vigilance against dengue amid rainy season (6/11).

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