More News In Global Health

BBC News: Ecuador’s top court approves same-sex marriage (6/13).

Christian Science Monitor: For Afghan midwife, saving women’s lives is a lifelong passion (Peterson, 6/13).

The Economist: Drone deliveries are advancing in health care (6/15).

The Guardian: Uganda jails hundreds of men for sex offenses against women and girls (Okiror, 6/13).

Inter Press Service: Asia-Pacific Region Falters on U.N. Development Goals (Deen, 6/14).

The Lancet Respiratory Medicine: Finding the missing millions affected by tuberculosis is one thing; treating them is another (Cooper, 6/6).

U.N. News: Sexual abuse of elderly likely to ‘grow dramatically,’ U.N. expert says (6/13).

U.N. News: Recognize, celebrate and ‘stand in solidarity’ with persons with albinism (6/13).

VOA News: Zimbabwe Prisons Face Shortage of Drugs for HIV (6/13).

Wall Street Journal: Brazil’s Supreme Court Criminalizes Homophobic Acts (Lewis/Trevisani, 6/13).

Xinhua News: Cameroon begins distribution of 15 million mosquito nets to fight malaria (6/14).

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