More News In Global Health

AFP: WHO welcomes Taliban decision to lift ban on health workers (9/26).

CIDRAP News: Study implicates Asian Zika strain in African microcephaly cases (Schnirring, 9/26).

Devex: Q&A: Putting health workers at the center of global health goals (9/27).

Devex: Are there enough cases to declare a malaria epidemic in Burundi? (Jerving, 9/27).

HealthCheck: Why Indian Pharmacies Are Reluctant To Stock Abortion Pills (Habershon, 9/24).

Quartz India: India’s seemingly generous maternity law benefits merely 1% of its women (Kapur, 9/25).

The Telegraph: A glimmer of hope in the fight against a flesh-eating ‘silent killer’ (Newey, 9/25).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Asylum seeker’s daughter faces deportation from Britain despite FGM risk (Berton, 9/26).

Xinhua: WHO sees reduction of cholera deaths toll in Somalia (9/26).

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