More News In Global Health

Agence France-Presse: ‘Emergency’ malnutrition in Rohingya refugee kids: study (4/10).

Al Jazeera: The plight of Pakistan’s Lady Health Workers (Adil, 4/10).

BBC News: Tanzania launches early-age cervical cancer vaccine (4/10).

CIDRAP News: MERS studies spotlight infections in health workers, kids (Schnirring, (4/10).

The Guardian: Africa’s unsung scientists finally get their own journal to spread research (Akinwotu, 4/10).

Inter Press Service: U.N.’s Zero Hunger Goal Remains a Daunting Challenge (4/11).

NPR: Kenyan Woman Abused By Nurses During Childbirth Wins Landmark Case (Brink, 4/10).

U.N. News: Disease outbreaks threaten Papua New Guinea’s quake-hit communities — U.N. (4/10).

Xinhua News: U.N. agency set for new round of cholera vaccination drive in South Sudan (4/10).

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