More News In Global Health

CNN: Amina Mohammed: Pushing for parity around the world (3/7).

The Guardian: ‘Woefully off track’: global goals leave behind over half the world’s children (Hodal, 3/7).

IRIN: After conflict, cholera (Okiror, 3/8).

New York Times: Uphill Battle Against Child Marriage Is Being Won in India, for Now (Schultz/Raj, 3/6).

Reuters: Nigeria says ‘unprecedented’ Lassa fever outbreak killed 110 this year (Akwagyiram, 3/7).

Science: Malaria-free but still sick: What’s giving millions of kids fevers? (Vogel, 3/7).

U.N. News: Latin America and Caribbean must ‘radically transform’ food habits to combat obesity — U.N. agency (3/7).

Xinhua News: WHO says meningitis kills 28 in South Sudan as infections soar (3/8).

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