More News In Global Health

Devex: How health care workers can protect themselves from occupational illness (Root, 7/19).

Inter Press Service: The Road to Zero Hunger (Gunawardena, 7/17).

New Humanitarian: Betting on biometrics to boost child vaccination rates (Parker, 7/18).

New Humanitarian: Somalia’s displacement camp ‘gatekeepers’ — ‘parasites’ or aid partners? (Mumin, 7/18).

NPR: The Water Crisis In Chennai, India: Who’s To Blame And How Do You Fix It? (Frayer, 7/18).

The Telegraph: Afghanistan’s health system threatened as Taliban order 42 clinics to close (Farmer, 7/17).

U.N. News: Monsoon rains turn millions of children’s lives ‘upside down’ across South Asia (7/18).

Washington Post: Latin America’s war on obesity could be a model for U.S. (Reiley, 7/16).

Washington Times: Large-scale experimental HIV vaccination trial launched (Tan, 7/18).

Xinhua News: Uganda receives over 20 mln doses of measles, rubella vaccines (7/19).

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