I watched one health worker carefully chase mosquitoes from underneath the bed nets, so the women using them could rest.
I was a digital health novice before working with the informatics team at IntraHealth. Then they introduced me to mHero.
Imagine you and 74,000 other people all had access to just one doctor. That used to be Uganda's Bukwo District.
A loan fund in Kenya is helping this pharmacy student keep her promise from childhood.
In rural Zambia, community health assistants often go above and beyond their training. But is this safe?
“Do you want to get pregnant in the next two years?” How would you answer this question?
All too often, frontline health workers don't have the support or infrastructure they need to interact with data in a meaningful way.
One researcher found the antidote to the endless news cycle of human atrocities while interviewing community health volunteers in rural Zambia.
Qualitative research lets health workers and clients speak for themselves—and leads to higher-quality health care.
Women who work in the so-called informal care economy are at particular risk.