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.
In Bariadi district, we teamed up with a local cotton gin to prevent HIV and make sure locals have access to health workers who can help.
In the aftermath of receiving discriminatory care at a local maternity hospital, one young mother living with HIV found her calling.
A Tanzanian woman named Teereza teaches her son to take ownership of his health, just like my mother did with me.
What will the woman nominated to be the next leader of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief say about the health workforce?
After 32 years of service in health care, Bekalu Afenew hoped his next post would be in a big city. It wasn't, but he didn't let that slow him down.
Young people in Tanzania have a lot more opportunities and resources for learning about sex today than they did when Paul Mwakipesile was growing up, he says.