More News In Global Health

AP: Australian wildfire smoke stokes health fears in cities (McGuirk, 1/15).

Devex: Leprosy lives on in Nigeria, 20 years after its ‘elimination’ as a public health problem (Unah, 1/15).

DW: Using smartphone tech to improve maternal health in Uganda (Yiga, 1/14).

Forbes: Children Are Disappearing In Bangladesh (Ferguson, 1/14).

Global Health NOW: Power to the People: How to Democratize Global Health (Simpson, 1/15).

New York Times: Where Surgeons Don’t Bother With Checklists (McNeil, 1/15).

NPR: Calling The Shots In The Year Of The Nurse And Midwife (1/14).

OZY: She’s Tackling Nigeria’s Period Poverty With Reusable Pads (Iwenwanne, 1/13).

Pulitzer Center: An Elusive Threat: Experts Strategize Ways to Modernize Leprosy Detection and Tracking in Brazil (Delgado, 1/14).

Straits Times: Singapore faces dengue threat from emergence of little-seen strain (Khalik, 1/15).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Ivory Coast pledges trafficking crackdown as 137 child victims are rescued (Peyton, 1/13).

U.N. News: U.N. moves to tackle ‘hidden abuse’ and violence against Europe’s children (1/14).

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