Abdu* is five years old and lives with his mother in South Sudan’s capital city of Juba. He is HIV-positive and must remain vigilant about adhering to his antiretroviral treatment (ART) plan....
After surviving gender-based violence, she’s using her experience to mentor other girls and end harmful customs in her community.
Many health workers in Senegal didn’t know what hypertension was or how to treat it—until now.
They're the bridge between their neighbors and the information and services that could help end the country's epidemic.
They're perfectly positioned to help find the families most in need.
They're working to prevent HIV in two of the country’s hardest-to-reach areas.
The secret: motivated, well-trained community health volunteers.
These three factors will be critical.
Community health workers like Nanzula link their neighbors to the essential primary health services they need.
Rosaura guides her clients through a challenging health system during the most vulnerable moments in their lives.