More News In Global Health

AFP: Garbage crisis brings cholera to Yemen’s historic Taez (11/5).

Al Jazeera: In Zimbabwe, power outages force women to deliver by candlelight (Matiashe, 11/5).

BBC: UAE prisoners denied HIV treatment — Human Rights Watch (11/4).

BBC: Violence against women: ‘Day of the dead women’ protest in Mexico City (11/4).

Devex: Insects: From exotic to essential food against malnutrition? (Ravelo, 11/4).

The Guardian: ‘Our only aim is to go home’: Rohingya refugees face stark choice (Marsh/Ahmed, 11/4).

Inside Philanthropy: The Biggest Fundraising Push Ever for Global Health Shows No Signs of Slowing (Longley, 11/4).

SciDev.Net: Latin American budget cuts deal massive blow to science (11/4).

Wall Street Journal: Hazardous Smog in New Delhi Forces Government to Take Emergency Steps (Agarwal, 11/4).

The Wire: Is the Gates Foundation Funding Junk Food in the Name of Nutrition in Nepal? (Acharya, 11/5).

Xinhua: WHO requires 1.7 mln USD to combat growing tuberculosis in Libya (11/5).

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