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Opinions: Pakistan’s Rebuilding; Kenya’s Constitution; Development Financing; Africa’s Black Market For Malaria Drugs

U.S., Other Countries Must Develop Strategy To Ensure Honest, Transparent Pakistani Rebuilding A Washington Post editorial encouraging the U.S. to generously support Pakistan as it recovers from major flooding, states: the “humanitarian interest is heightened by Pakistan’s centrality to America’s national security interests. The Obama administration must seize this chance…

Also In Global Health News: Congo Security Warnings; Niger Food Crisis; Drug Cost In Developing Countries; Measles Vaccination In China

Congolese Community Leaders Warned U.N. About Security; 240 Rape Victims Now Identified “Congolese community leaders say they begged local U.N. officials and army commanders to protect villagers days before rebels gang-raped scores of people, from a month-old baby boy to a 110-year-old great-great-grandmother,” the Associated Press reports. The Walikale Civil Association…

Global Agricultural Experts Meet For FANRPAN Regional Conference

More than 200 agricultural experts from around the world are meeting in Windhoek, Namibia, for the Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources Policy Analysis Network’s (FANRPAN) regional conference, New Era/allAfrica.com reports (Sasman, 8/31).

Also In Global Health News: China’s First HIV Discrimination Case; Congo Mass Rape; S. Sudan Flooding; Kenya’s Population Growth; Family Planning In The Philippines

Court Accepts China’s First HIV Discrimination Case, State Media Reports  “A municipal court in central China has accepted the country’s first lawsuit alleging work discrimination because of HIV status, state media reported Tuesday,” the Associated Press reports (8/31). “The lawsuit alleges city officials denied the plaintiff, a recent college graduate,…

Health Leaders Gather To Discuss WHO’s Work In Africa

Health leaders from 46 African WHO member states gathered in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea, on Monday for the 60th session of the Africa Committee of the WHO, Agencia AngolaPress reports. According to the news service, meeting attendees will discuss a report on the WHO Africa’s activity in the region during the 2008-2009 period to evaluate the success and challenges associated with efforts to improve health outcomes in Africa (8/30).