More News In Global Health

Christian Science Monitor: For doctor in Congo’s overlooked conflict, ‘crisis fatigue’ isn’t an option (Brown, 3/22).

Devex: More bad news: Does the media really impact how the aid sector works? (Anders, 3/22).

Devex: Q&A: What does 2018 hold for the fight against TB? (Pallares, 3/23).

The Guardian: Paraguayan rape victim, 14, dies giving birth (Carneri, 3/22).

The Lancet: Commitments to an end to tuberculosis renewed in India (Sharma, 3/24).

New York Times: Fearing New Outbreaks, Brazil Will Vaccinate Country Against Yellow Fever (Darlington, 3/20).

NPR: The U.N. Set 17 Goals To Make The World A Better Place. How’s It Doing? (Lu, 3/22).

SciDev.Net: Antibiotics resistance in Africa needs urgent attention (Ogodo, 3/22).

U.N. News: Hailing African free trade agreement, Guterres says U.N. ready to support continent’s ‘leap into history’ (3/22).

VOA News: Nearly 8 Million Ethiopians Need Emergency Food, Water (Schlein, 3/22).

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