New Chair of Frontline Health Workers Coalition Encourages Focus on Women’s Empowerment, Economic Growth

Kate Greene of Abt Associates is the newest chair of the Frontline Health Workers Coalition’s member-led steering committee.

Training, Mentorship, and Repurposed Equipment Expand Family Planning Use in Tanzania

Health facilities in 22 districts have addressed a crucial shortage of health workers who are certified to provide IUDs.

IntraHealth Congressional Testimony Today to Urge Greater Investment in Frontline Health Workers Worldwide

IntraHealth International’s senior advocacy and policy advisor, Vince Blaser, will deliver testimony to the US Congress today. 

SwitchPoint Event in Rwanda Highlights Data, Activism, and Unusual Collaborations

A special session at the Africa Health Agenda International Conference connected participants to artists, activists, and global health professionals who are expanding the definition of health.

Michele Broemmelsiek Joins IntraHealth’s Executive Team

Meet IntraHealth International’s new chief program officer.

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New Health Worker Cadre Expands HIV Services in Migori County, Kenya

The county has stepped up efforts to address the pandemic and, as a result, registered a 32% drop in new infections over the past two years.

iHRIS Software Powers New Registry of Clinical Volunteers for Medical Missions

The SOTA Registry will serve as a hub for information on clinical volunteers who are interested in short-term assignments in low- and middle-income countries.

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Early Termination of West Bank Project Affects 120,000+ Clients and 100,000+ Health Workers

The forced early closure blocks the road to self-reliance in the West Bank.

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Leadership Program for Frontline Nurses Aims to Advance Universal Health Coverage in Zambia

Results from a 12-month blended learning program were published in the December issue of Global Health: Science and Practice.

New Study Offers Recommendations to End Abusive Maternity Care in Namibia

The Namibian Ministry of Health and Social Services commissioned the study to examine the factors that affect health workers’ approaches to maternal and neonatal health care.