More News In Global Health

Associated Press: U.N. rights chief: Challenges increase to global cooperation (Lederer, 10/15).

Associated Press: Post-war Liberians are demanding better mental health care (Paye-Layleh, 10/12).

CNN: Drones, apps and smart lockers: The technology transforming healthcare in Africa (Lewis, 10/15).

Devex: Q&A: What South Africa has learned tackling TB (Root, 10/16).

Reuters: Scientists find how deadly malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans (Kelland/McDill, 10/15).

Reuters: MSF suspends work in northeast Syria, withdraws foreign aid workers (Nebehay, 10/15).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: India’s HIV-positive trans people find ‘new strength’ in technology (Banerji, 10/15).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: FEATURE — Secret abortions spike in Nigeria with Boko Haram chaos (Nagarajan, 10/14).

Xinhua: U.N. General Assembly endorses world leaders’ declaration on sustainable development (10/16).

Xinhua: Uganda to immunize 18 mln children in measles, polio campaign drive (10/15).

Xinhua: Rwanda launches maternal, child health awareness campaign (10/15).

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