More News In Global Health

ABC News: Rebels kill dozens of villagers in Ebola-hit Congo (Winsor, 2/3).

AP: As forests burn around the world, drinking water is at risk (Webber, 1/31).

Devex: Q&A: WHO’s global strategy to tackle health misinformation (Ravelo, 2/4).

Devex: How South Africa is spearheading efforts to tackle MDR TB (February 2020).

The Guardian: ‘All we can offer is the chain’: the scandal of Ghana’s shackled sick (McVeigh, 2/3).

HealthDay News: Cervical Cancer Could All But Disappear in North America by 2040 (Preidt, 2/3).

PRI: This doctor treated hundreds in an underground hospital in Syria known as ‘The Cave’ (Jafaari, 2/3).

Reuters: Locust swarms threaten more countries in eastern Africa — FAO (Sheikh/Obulutsa, 2/3).

STAT: Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to fund 30 patient groups, aiming to build a model for tackling rare diseases (Robbins, 2/3).

The Telegraph: ‘If my mother doesn’t get drugs, she beats me’: the Afghan children forced to feed their parents’ addiction (Glinski, 2/4).

U.N. News: FROM THE FIELD: ‘A piece of me’ was taken (2/4).

U.N. News: Syria: U.N. health agency highlights ‘critical health threats’ facing Idlib civilians (2/3).

VOA: U.N.: Millions of Malians In Need as Armed Groups Wreak Havoc (Schlein, 2/3).

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