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Global Survey Suggests Gender-Related Barriers Stifle the Leadership Potential of Nurses

 A new report brings together the voices of more than 2,500 nurses and nurse-midwives from 117 different countries on the topic of gender and leadership.

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Media Advisory: IntraHealth, Nursing Now, and Johnson & Johnson to Launch Nursing and Leadership Report at Women Deliver

Researchers surveyed more than 2,500 nurses in 117 countries to identify the barriers and pathways to success for female nurses.

IntraHealth’s Jeanne Tessougué of Mali Honored as Heroine of Health during World Health Assembly

Women in Global Health honored IntraHealth International’s Jeanne Tessougué as a Heroine of Health Sunday during the 72nd annual World Health Assembly in Geneva.

New Report: Mali Offers a Model Approach to Fistula Care in West Africa

The report outlines five key interventions that have driven Mali’s progress.

2018 a Year of Dangerous Attacks on Health Workers, Facilities

There were at least 973 attacks on health workers, health facilities, health transports, and patients in 23 countries in conflict in 2018, the Safeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition reported today.

IntraHealth International CEO Pape Gaye to Transition to President Emeritus in 2020

Gaye prepares to take on a new role as global recruitment for a new CEO is underway. 

IntraHealth CEO Pape Gaye Named 2019 Triangle Global Health Champion

Gaye was chosen for his lifelong commitment to advancing global health.

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SwitchPoint 2019 to Tackle Global Health Impacts of Misinformation, Immersive Tech, African Innovation, and More

This year’s speakers embody the tenacity today’s humanitarian work demands.

IntraHealth to Work with Local African Partners on the Road to Self-Reliance and HIV Epidemic Control

An AIDS-free generation is now in sight. Local leadership will get countries over the finish line.

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World Health Worker Week 2019 Marks Progress, Push for Universal Health Coverage

We’re advocating for greater, more targeted investments in health workers around the world.

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