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Borgen Magazine: The U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (Williams, 9/21).

Borgen Magazine: Reducing Child Malnutrition in Peru (Johnson, 9/21).

Devex: For many in Nigeria, cancer care remains out of reach (Adepoju, 9/23).

Devex: Nutrition in Asia-Pacific shows mixed progress (Ravelo, 9/23).

DW: Brazil’s fight against dengue: A race against time (Milz, 9/21).

Fast Company: Is the Gates Foundation putting toilets ahead of human rights? (Paynter, 9/20).

Homeland Preparedness News: Johns Hopkins report finds global preparedness needs improvement to face high-impact respiratory pathogens (Galford, 9/20).

NPR: How To Design A Female-Friendly Toilet (Vaughn, 9/20).

Reuters: Factbox: India, South Korea latest to take steps on e-cigarettes (Cavale et al., 9/20).

VOA: In Cambodia, It’s a Bad Year for Dengue Fever (Narin, 9/22).

Washington Post: A new Greek leader wants people to obey a public smoking ban — for real, this time (Harlan, 9/21).

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