More News In Global Health

Al Jazeera: The informal networks resisting Honduras’s abortion ban (Brigida, 7/12).

Associated Press: Spike in femicides raises alert in Bolivia (Flores, 7/12).

CNN: DOH raises alert with rapid spike of dengue cases in PH regions (7/15).

Devex: African activists seek universal access to sanitary products (Adepoju, 7/15).

Global Press Journal: Fake and Missing Drugs ‘Frustrate Government’s Effort’ To Combat Malaria in Uganda (Agiresaasi et al., 7/14).

The Guardian: U.S. anti-pill campaigners promote menstruation tracking app in Nigeria (Glenza, 7/15).

Health Policy Watch: Global Action Plan For Health: Addressing Determinants Of Health Key To SDG Progress (Branigan, 7/11).

Health Policy Watch: Resolutions To Combat Childhood Marriage and Increase Access to Medicines Approved by U.N. Human Rights Council (Fletcher, 7/11).

Homeland Preparedness News: Experts support a future Manhattan Project for Biodefense to thwart new threats (Riley, 7/12).

New Humanitarian: Mental health — the lasting scars of crisis (7/12).

NPR: How One Community Brought Child Mortality Down From 154 To 7 Per 1,000 Live Births (Yeung, 7/12).

NPR: A Call For More Research On Cancer’s Environmental Triggers (Shattner, 7/12).

Quartz India: How an Indian tycoon fought Big Pharma to sell AIDS drugs for $1 a day (Eban, 7/15).

Xinhua News: UNFPA says South Sudan’s maternal death rate highest in the world (7/12).

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