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Devex: Is the U.N. ready to face the future? (Lieberman, 1/7).

Devex: How to scale up biofortified crops (Ravelo, 1/7).

The Guardian: Surgery by candlelight: hospitals in Nigeria suffer losing power — and staff (Adeshokan, 1/7).

The Guardian: Doctors warn people may die as public health impact from Australian fire pollution bites (Gorman, 1/3).

IBT: Method existing since 1980’s can prevent maternal death from blood loss in future: Study (Biswas, 1/7).

Nature: Quest to use CRISPR against disease gains ground (Ledford, 1/6).

NPR: ‘Scary Moms’ Are Part Of The Citizen War Against Pollution In Pakistan (Hadid, 1/6).

Quartz India: The biggest, yet invisible, public health challenge in India (Iqbal, 1/7).

Reuters: U.N. resumes grain milling in starvation-threatened Yemen (Barrington, 1/6).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Pakistan to provide free healthcare for trans people (Ebrahim, 1/3).

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