The chair of IntraHealth's board shares her plans for Mali’s fistula survivors—including greater health, dignity, and prosperity.
In this era of the meme and the like and the retweet, I never tire of stories about people who have built something incredible out of nothing, especially when they have built it to help someone else.
Last month, IntraHealth opened its new Kenya country office and celebrated the merger of two USAID-funded projects.
Many health workers have a dream of offering high-quality services, but no way of doing their work well because they lack basic supplies or training.
Innovation, technology, and young people have been at the forefront of my mind lately.
It started with my engagement with the many talented students last month at the Clinton Global...