We were so excited by the flashiness of the tools, we forgot our goal—to lower hypertension in Africa.
In the struggle to end poverty, new ideas and powerful new voices are rising up, demanding change. And it's working.
In Niger, talking about sex and contraceptives isn’t always easy. But little by little, things are changing.
The country is taking steps to change the working lives of health workers—particularly women.
At the Extreme Affordability Conference in Accra, we saw some of the unusual partnerships and switchpoints that are transforming West Africa’s health and tech landscape.
When hospitals or clinics are attacked, women often become targets. But what do we know about the real impact on their health and well-being?
What have we achieved on the road to making universal access to family planning a reality? And what's next?
What will it take to finally create sustainable, scalable programs?
Is the World Health Organization reembracing its original principles?
How can more women rise to leadership positions in global health and beyond? Hawa Diallo has some ideas.