More News In Global Health

ABC: Pacific nations Vanuatu and PNG pledge aid for Australia’s bushfires (Ewart/Handley, 1/6).

AP: Indonesia’s flooded capital disinfected to fend off disease (Karmini, 1/5).

Borgen Magazine: Vietnamese Agent Orange Victims (Stephens, 1/6).

Christian Science Monitor: Congo Ebola crisis: To fight disease, an anthropologist heals distrust (Brown, 1/3).

Dawn: Polio cases for 2019 still surfacing, tally rises to 128 (Junaidi, 1/5).

Devex: Results in rural India offer window into what works to fight blindness (Lieberman, 1/6).

Devex: INGOs can help dismantle development’s ‘white gaze,’ PopWorks Africa founder says (Cheney, 1/6).

Devex: South Sudan government strategizes to stave off potential famine (Ravelo, 1/3).

Healio: WHO schistosomiasis control, elimination targets reached sooner than expected (Stulpin, 1/3).

IPS: Child Marriages Unlikely to End by U.N.’s 2030 Deadline (Nusrat, 1/3).

Nature/Scientific American: What CRISPR-Baby Prison Sentences Mean for Research (Cyranoski, 1/6).

The Telegraph: How food insecurity threatens Malawi’s HIV progress (Mhango, 1/3).

Xinhua: Zambia, Austria seal deal to reduce infant and maternal mortality (1/5).

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