After a sudden natural disaster, the global response plan is often clear. But what can we do when a disaster continues to unfold?
Health workers need clear, simple, reliable information on Ebola. That's where the new Ebola Resources for Health Workers comes in.
Decades of HIV response have shown us that the solution to any global health emergency—including Ebola—lies with health workers.
Richard Seifman explains why he thinks the Global Fund's role could be expanded to help fight Ebola.
Dr. Egbe Osifo-Dawodu shares how Nigeria's government, ministries, health workers, and religious leaders took immediate action and stopped the spread of Ebola.
To West Africans who are emerging from decades of brutal wars, health workers in hazmat suits can easily appear threatening. The resulting attacks put everyone at risk.
Stress. Fear. Loss. Ebola's effects on children, emergency responders—and entire societies—can be devastating.
Impact magazine delves into stories of health workers around the world—and asks some big questions about their future.
Liberian health officials can send accurate data and key messages to health workers on Ebola's front lines, thanks to mHero.
Under pressure of long hours, short staffing, and the growth of a deadly disease, how can health workers stay safe and effective?