When it comes to HIV and COVID, mothers in my community listen to me. And this year so did decision-makers around the world.
National policies and investments during the pandemic are only part of the story.
Curricula and training must be country-led and aligned to each nation’s unique needs.
To Succeed, Global Pandemic Response Must Bolster Nurse Leadership and Challenge Widespread Gender Inequities
Nurses from around the world weigh in on how to do this in the age of COVID-19.
Having enough health workers won’t make diseases go away, but it can prevent them from becoming pandemics in the first place.
Irine Chelag’at Birir tells us how the pandemic is changing work for her and her fellow nurses.
They have the skills to lead multidisciplinary teams and improve health services for us all.
We face many challenges, but one of the biggest is building women’s trust in us.
I take honor and pride in practicing the noble profession of midwifery.
They’re working to keep moms, babies, and themselves safe while still delivering during a pandemic.