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Devex: In India, struggles to address mental health (Cousins, 4/12).

Devex: New $250M Audacious Project from TED announces first recipients (Cheney, 4/11).

Global Health NOW: The Last Temptation of a Child: Drowning Prevention in Rural Bangladesh (Agrawal, 4/11).

The Guardian: Want to save the world from hunger? Start by not wasting food, shoppers told (Smithers, 4/12).

Reuters: Malawi cholera death toll rises to 30 after heavy rainfall hits capital (Phiri/Kumwenda-Mtambo, 4/11).

STAT: Study suggests risk of sexual transmission of Zika may dissipate quickly (Branswell, 4/11).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: U.N. aims to eliminate yellow fever epidemics in Africa by 2026 (Lazareva, 4/11).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: What happens when architects join doctors to solve global health problems? (Zweynert, 4/11).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Aid groups seek greater support for Rohingya refugees facing trauma, hunger (Ferrie, 4/10).

Xinhua News: Ghana launches national action plan on antimicrobial resistance (4/12).

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