Vital for "Health Workers"

In Central America, New Adherence Promoters Keep HIV Clients on Treatment

Carlos considered dropping out of everything. Then he met Aracely, an adherence promoter.

We Can Fix the Nursing Shortage in NC—and around the World

By 2024, there could be over a million vacancies for registered nurses. But we can still avoid it.

First-Mile Family Planning Can Help More Women Avoid Unintended Pregnancies

Community-based services should be designed from the point of view of the communities they serve.

Rural Uganda Gets a Health Worker Boost

Buhweju district increased staffing levels from 46% in 2015 to 60.4% in 2017.

For HIV Clients in Zambia, Referrals Are Life-Changing

A simple document from a trained health worker can give clients the courage they need to face the virus head-on.

What's Not a Target

Health workers and facilities are supposed to be protected by the rules of war, but they're still being attacked.

A Preacher on a Mission to End HIV in Zambia

Whether he’s on his bike, giving a sermon, or counseling at the clinic, Reverend Lusale is ready to talk to anyone about HIV.

Nurses Come Out of Retirement to Fight HIV in Namibia

They’re still strong—and ready to help end the country's epidemic.

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