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WASH Works, So What Are We Waiting For?

October 15 is Global Handwashing Day. That's great. But what if the only water you have to wash with is dark brown?

In Koulikoro, Malian Women with Fistula Find Compassion and Solidarity

I watched one health worker carefully chase mosquitoes from underneath the bed nets, so the women using them could rest.

Tool Helps Prioritize Vulnerable Households in Uganda, Lesotho, and South Sudan

In the midst of conflict or upheaval, it can be difficult to know which households need health services the most.

Clubfoot Can Be Solved on a Global Scale

SwitchPoint alum miraclefeet is partnering with Clarks Shoes, Stanford, and local health workers to treat a common but debilitating birth defect around the world.

5 Behavioral Science Tips for Integrating Health Services So People Actually Use Them

Offering immunization and family planning services at the same time seemed simple.

I Am a Midwife and These Are Our Stories

In working with midwives around the world, Tembi Mugore dispenses more than just clinical advice.

On the Front Lines: Supporting Health Workers that Deliver Lifesaving Vaccines

One of the greatest successes in global health in the past 25 years was delivered by frontline health workers.

In Africa's Meningitis Belt, Health Care Is Crucial

History now records 1996 as one of West Africa’s worst meningitis outbreaks. Dr. Babacar Gueye remembers it well.

The Human Touch We Need for Universal Health Coverage (and all Global Health Goals)

We strive for a world where everyone, everywhere has the health care they need to thrive. Our new photo exhibit provides a glimpse into that vision as it becomes a reality.

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