More News In Global Health

Bloomberg: Superbugs Deadlier Than Cancer Put Chemotherapy Into Question (Gale, 9/5).
Devex: Australian support for African spatial data (Cornish,9/5).
The Guardian: Malaria breakthrough as scientists find ‘highly effective’ way to kill parasite (Njeru, 9/5).
Homeland Preparedness News: Gavi launches $7.4B campaign to vaccinate 300 million people by 2025 (Galford, 9/4).
New Humanitarian: Male rape survivors go uncounted in Rohingya camps (Hölzl, 9/4).
Science: Critics ‘alarmed by lack of interest’ in studying children put at risk by dengue vaccine (Cohen, 9/4).
U.N. News: Central Africans ‘need our help now’: U.N.’s deputy relief chief (9/4).
U.S. News: Rwanda’s Model: Progress, With More Work Ahead (Clarke, 9/5).
Xinhua: FAO launches project to strengthen Rwanda’s water governance (9/5).
Xinhua: ASEAN-China-UNDP symposium on sustainable development goals, poverty reduction opens in Vietnam (9/4).
Xinhua: Dengue cases in Philippines hit nearly 230,000 with over 950 deaths: U.N. agency (9/4).
Xinhua: Global charity appeals for funding to avert food crisis in Somalia (9/4).

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