Decades of HIV response have shown us that the solution to any global health emergency—including Ebola—lies with health workers.
An IntraHealth study finds that most health workers in Mara region, Tanzania, don't know how to care for survivors.
In the northern regions, HIV services aren't always available. But when they are, health workers stay busy.
Two global health advocates experience firsthand the inner workings of a rural, mobile HIV facility.
In rural Tanzania, health workers toil away in tents to stem HIV.
Every day Alfredo provides HIV education and gets positive clients on treatment.
Jennifer James of Mom Bloggers for Social Good is in Tanzania this week to report on frontline health workers—and why they matter.
Meet Phylis Cherono Siele, a nurse in Kenya's Tenwek Mission Hospital whose joy comes from helping clients find hope, even in the most difficult times.
It looks like a little ketchup packet. But it could help HIV-positive women throughout Zambia give their newborns a virus-free start.
Meet an Ethiopian nurse whose passion lies in saving mothers' lives, and listen as he tells us about one of his best days on the job.