Women health workers in rural India are using a mobile app to educate pregnant women about maternal and neonatal danger signs.
Salome was one of 830 women around the world who died that day from problems related to childbirth.
In remote northern Namibia, Onandjokwe Hospital is becoming a national model for bringing health care to people where they live.
A community health worker’s two daughters both share their mother’s air of calm, but only one shares her HIV status.
She was known simply as Omusirishi —“the one who treats”—in my village.
In a state with one of the poorest health indicators, there’s an app that might help if the government invests more in it.
HIV peer group leaders and members dedicate their time and energy so children, women, and families around the world can get the HIV care they need.
All Mercy Wangui Kariuki ever wanted to be was a nurse.
We’re working toward universal health coverage and unprecedented options for health care worldwide. But how will we afford it?
October 15 is Global Handwashing Day. That's great. But what if the only water you have to wash with is dark brown?