More News In Global Health

Financial Times: North Korean defectors reveal wretched state of female healthcare (White, 12/10).

Forbes: Physician Paul Farmer Reflects On Health Solutions Brought To Medical Deserts And The Places Still In Dire Need (Love, 12/10).

Homeland Preparedness News: First Nipah Virus International Conference focuses global attention on Nipah solutions and threats (Galford, 12/10).

IOL: Child Gauge Report shows SA children still dying from preventable causes (Thebus, 12/10).

New York Times: In Myanmar Army’s Corner, Aung San Suu Kyi Will Defend It in Rohingya Genocide Case (Beech et al., 12/11).

Philippine News Agency: Duterte won’t allow 2020 budget cut for family planning (Gita-Carols, 12/11).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Rape map and murdered women — welcome to South Africa’s Republic of Sexual Abuse (Harrisberg, 12/10).

U.N. News: Failure to register newborns leaves millions ‘invisible’ warns U.N. Children’s Fund (12/10).

Xinhua: WHO congratulates Sri Lanka on eliminating mother to child transmission of HIV, congenital syphilis (12/11).

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