More News In Global Health
Associated Press: No training, no gloves: Zimbabwe’s desperate childbirths (Mutsaka, 11/18).
Devex: Beyond recognition: Certifying quality maternal care in India (Espinosa et al., 11/18).
DW: Children at risk of ‘new threats’ like climate change, warns UNICEF (11/18).
Emirates News Agency: Fake news and anti-vaccine propaganda threaten public health: Former New Zealand PM (Abdulkader, 11/18).
The Guardian: Wiping out the daughters: Burkina Faso’s controversial mosquito experiment (Boersma/Bastmeijer, 11/18).
LiveMint: My wish is for India to eliminate child malnutrition, says Bill Gates (Roche/Sharma, 11/18).
New York Times: Bogaletch Gebre, Foe of Female Genital Mutilation, Dies at 66 (Seelye, 11/17).
NPR: How The Oral Polio Vaccine Can Cause Polio (Beaubien, 11/16).
NPR: Polio Is Making A Comeback (Beaubien, 11/15).
NPR: Could ‘Hidden Hunger’ Be Conquered With A Particle The Size Of A Grain Of Salt? (McDonnell, 11/15).
U.N. News: WHO supports measles campaign targeting millions of children in northern Nigeria (11/17).
U.N. News: U.N. calls for action to tackle ‘ubiquitous but invisible’ global road safety crisis (11/17).
VOA: WHO Calls for Stricter Regulations on E-Cigarettes (Schlein, 11/17).
VOA: Botswana’s HIV Patients Relieved as Legal Battle Over Medicine Ends (Dube, 11/15).
Xinhua: Mongolia warns against traveling to cholera-affected countries (11/18).
Xinhua: South Sudan, U.N. to immunize 144,000 against cholera (11/17).
Xinhua: Spotlight: Public healthcare sector in Libya suffering due to armed conflict (11/17).
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