In Senegal, the government is working to make sure family planning supplies are available when and where they’re needed. Pfizer Global Health Fellow Suzie Roy is helping to make it happen.
We sat down with Fatimata Touré to find out what it’s like to be an International Woman of Courage, how the award will change her life, and whether reconciliation is possible in war-battered northern Mali.
What's it like to be a woman working in IT in Namibia? Rosaline Hendricks talks about that and more.
Meet Oluchukwu Ifele. She’s part of the growing, tight-knit community of health workers and technologists who have found that the right software can change everything.
Young people in Tanzania have a lot more opportunities and resources for learning about sex today than they did when Paul Mwakipesile was growing up, he says.
Pape Gaye answers 8 questions about what we've accomplished so far—and where we're going from here.
How do you get young people to talk about family planning? Just unpack the music studio and hand them the mic.
We picked Malik Jaffer’s brain about health worker heroes and what it’ll take to make more of them.
Health workforce investments do not show results overnight, but now is the time to commit to the long haul.
Data and open-source software are helping to clear the path to universal health coverage.