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A Colleague Lost, and the Unknown Devastation of Attacks on Health Care

Sister Veronika’s death is a tragic microcosm of a global problem.

Frontline Health Workers: A Missing Link in Global Health's Data Revolution

Posted on June 30, 2016 By Laura Hollod
All too often, frontline health workers don't have the support or infrastructure they need to interact with data in a meaningful way.

Out with 'Family' Planning, In with 'Future' Planning

Posted on June 28, 2016 By Kelli Rogers
Does “family planning” need a language makeover?

Inspired by Real Heroes

Posted on June 22, 2016 By Nellisiwe Luyando Chizuni
One researcher found the antidote to the endless news cycle of human atrocities while interviewing community health volunteers in rural Zambia.

Tool Helps Prioritize Vulnerable Households in Uganda, Lesotho, and South Sudan

Posted on June 17, 2016 By Kathy Doherty
In the midst of conflict or upheaval, it can be difficult to know which households need health services the most.

Africa Will Be Short 6 Million Health Workers by 2030

Posted on June 15, 2016 By Kate Tulenko
But its countries could still achieve universal health coverage if they take action now.

Research Team Asks a Big Question about Community Health in Zambia

Posted on June 14, 2016 By Carolyn Moore
Qualitative research lets health workers and clients speak for themselves—and leads to higher-quality health care.

Clubfoot Can Be Solved on a Global Scale

Posted on June 3, 2016 By Lauren Wall
SwitchPoint alum miraclefeet is partnering with Clarks Shoes, Stanford, and local health workers to treat a common but debilitating birth defect around the world.

Can the World's Expanding Health Sector Heal Our Economies?

Posted on May 31, 2016 By Kate Tulenko
The health sector will likely become the largest source of job creation worldwide for the next decade.

5 Challenges to Women’s Human, Economic, and Labor Rights in the Global Health Workforce

Posted on May 27, 2016 By Constance Newman
Women who work in the so-called informal care economy are at particular risk.

Zika: The Cost of Doing Nothing

Posted on May 26, 2016 By Kate Tulenko
We must move more quickly to keep the cost of Zika—estimated at $5 billion—from doubilng or tripling, says Dr. Kate Tulenko in the new issue of Global Health & Diplomacy

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