They're perfectly positioned to help find the families most in need.
She's working with young religious leaders to revolutionize sex ed in Niger.
Female clients often want care from female health workers, but they're in short supply.
The country is taking steps to change the working lives of health workers—particularly women.
She knows from experience that health workers can either push LGBTI clients away from the care they need—or draw them to it.
When hospitals or clinics are attacked, women often become targets. But what do we know about the real impact on their health and well-being?
How can more women rise to leadership positions in global health and beyond? Hawa Diallo has some ideas.
Sylvia is helping young people protect themselves from violence, access health services, and stay in school.
It’s not all bad news.
At last, our field is facing the facts.