More News In Global Health

The Atlantic: Why is Nigeria Experiencing a Record-High Outbreak of Lassa Fever? (Yong, 2/28).

Devex: Humanitarians struggle to deliver aid as violence spreads in CAR (Roby, 3/5).

Devex: What’s the problem with WASH innovation? (Rogers, 3/5).

Devex: UNICEF starts 2018 with its largest appeal yet for humanitarian action (Lieberman, 3/2).

Devex: Illicit financial flows threaten SDGs in West Africa (Roby, 3/2).

Devex: Draft Brexit agreement plots future for U.K. aid — up to a point (Anders, 3/2).

Devex/Shorthand Social: Bringing health care on foot to women in Haiti (Lieberman, 3/5).

The Economist: How a small African nation is beating AIDS (3/1).

International Policy Digest: Haiti’s Maternal Health Crisis (Shah, 3/3).

The Lancet: Libya: war and migration strain a broken health system (Zarocostas, 3/3).

National Geographic: Mobile Tech Can Make Disaster Zones Less Disastrous — Here’s How (Nunez, 3/2).

Reuters: U.N. halts aid work in northeast Nigeria town after humanitarian workers killed (Nebehay/Carston, 3/3).

STAT: Despite push for a universal flu vaccine, the ‘holy grail’ stays out of reach (Branswell, 3/5).

VOA News: WHO: Nearly 1 Billion People Risk Hearing Loss by 2050 (Schlein, 3/3).

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