More News In Global Health

Associated Press: Pakistan launches new polio vaccination drive (4/9).

Devex: IRC’s Miliband warns Yemen crisis could worsen as access woes deepen (Welsh, 4/6).

The Guardian: Recruiters order Sri Lankan women to take birth control before working in Gulf (Cousins, 4/6).

The Guardian: ‘I was terrified’: fears over child mental health in post-quake Papua New Guinea (Bowman, 4/9).

The Guardian: The town that breeds resistance to malaria drugs (McKie, 4/8).

New York Times: TB Treatment May Leave Some Patients Contagious (Baumgaertner, 4/6).

New York Times: Surgery Lit by Cellphone: Togo Doctors Strike Over Deplorable Hospitals (McDonnell, 4/7).

New York Times: He Killed a Red Cross Worker: ‘I Will Go to Hell for What I Did’ (Nordland et al., 4/7).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Analysis — Obesity among Asia-Pacific children is a growing health crisis — researchers (Taylor, 4/8).

Washington Post: One community’s battle over virginity tests in western India (Doshi, 4/8).

Xinhua News: Feature: Female health workers in conservative Afghanistan facing immense barriers (Behbud, 4/8).

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