How can more women rise to leadership positions in global health and beyond? Hawa Diallo has some ideas.
We talked with the director of the WHO’s Health Workforce Department during his visit to North Carolina’s global health belt.
They spent most of their lives with the condition, but now two septuagenarians in Mali are healed—and they’re on a mission.
The global digital health community has been talking about it for more than a decade. So where do things stand?
Treatment without a proper diagnosis can undermine malaria care. Now Uganda is working to eliminate this practice.
For some kids, adolescence began with a diagnosis. These health workers are helping them navigate all that comes with it.
We found what works for real people. But that's not where we started.
By 2024, there could be over a million vacancies for registered nurses. But we can still avoid it.
Sylvia is helping young people protect themselves from violence, access health services, and stay in school.
It’s not all bad news.