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Carol Bales

Carol Bales

Senior communications & advocacy officer, IntraHealth International

Carol Bales is a senior communications and advocacy officer at IntraHealth International. She’s a well-rounded communications professional with more than 10 years of experience working in global health. She currently focuses on advocacy, writing, social media, and visual storytelling.

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How Do You Become a Humanitarian?

Ghiath Alddin Zeen was forced to leave Syria, but continues to find ways to help his people.

What's Not a Target

Health workers and facilities are supposed to be protected by the rules of war, but they're still being attacked.

Through Bullets and Bombs to Reach Health Care

In conflict areas around the world, health workers like Patrick in South Sudan continue to risk their lives to do their jobs.

Picture It: Health Workers Provide Care for Mothers Every Day

Happy Mother’s Day to moms—and the health workers who care for them—everywhere!

WASH Works, So What Are We Waiting For?

October 15 is Global Handwashing Day. That's great. But what if the only water you have to wash with is dark brown?

The Human Touch We Need for Universal Health Coverage (and all Global Health Goals)

We strive for a world where everyone, everywhere has the health care they need to thrive. Our new photo exhibit provides a glimpse into that vision as it becomes a reality.

Let’s Keep the Keepers

Mohammed Adamu Adangba dedicates his life to helping vulnerable children. How can we support him and other social service workers to provide care and services to more people that need them?

What’s So Rosy about Garden City?

On International Women's Day we remember the dedicated women we met at Garden City University College who are making women’s health happen.

“I’m a Health Worker”: Dr. Arturo Carrillo

Meet Dr. Arturo Carrillo. He's fighting to end discrimination and stigma in El Salvador's health services.

Emergency Care Comes into Focus in Ghana

In the emergency ward where she works, Dr. Eno Biney tells us how she saved a woman’s life the day before and how things might have turned out differently just a few years ago.

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