Agnes Masagwayi loves her job, but it hasn't always been easy. Fortunately, things are looking up for Uganda's health workers.
How do you get young people to talk about family planning? Just unpack the music studio and hand them the mic.
What happens when health workers can't reach the people who need them? Hint: There's a two-wheeled solution.
As youth around the world get more involved in the field of family planning (or future planning), their voices are ringing out all the clearer.
Thanks to an unusual collaboration, some young beat makers inspired us to call it what it is: not family planning, but future planning.
"I'm a Health Worker": One minute with Monica Watuvamu, a nurse and midwife at Kamuli Mission Hospital in Uganda.
In Lira, Uganda, Mary Philomena Okello is the only palliative care nurse for miles. Carol Bales tells the story behind the photos.
In this age of rapidly emerging technologies, how can we improve the way we provide training to health workers?
The REAL awards are part of a movement to solve one of the largest hurdles in global health.
“I like providing support and care to patients,” says Rosa Lara de Forela, the subdirector of nursing at the Pedro de Bethancourt National Hospital in beautiful Antigua, Guatemala.