If it's in the policy, it's easier to reinforce. So now the policy's my priority.
We set out to document what nurses think about nurse leadership and the gender-related barriers they face at work. Here's what they had to say.
Part of my leadership role includes advocacy.
Most of our nurses in Kenya are going abroad. If I could tell policymakers one thing, it would be this.
I don’t think nursing is a job that is coveted by many, but to me, it's a calling.
Policymakers should recognize us nurses more and give us leadership at the county level.
I’m a midwife in Lagos, Nigeria. I’m a health worker on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. And, by necessity, I am also an advocate. I work in a primary health center—the first tier of...
Lessons from Uganda for a safer, more equitable health sector.
How four women health workers are providing HIV services at one rural health center in Eastern Uganda.
Seed Global Health sat down with Mpundu Makasa to talk health workforce training, gender equity, and COVID-19 in Zambia.