It’s time for a new generation of aid, one that reflects the complexity of the disparate but intertwined challenges before us.
How do we communicate the work we do in global development? Do we become the voice for a cause, or elevate local voices instead?
The U.S. contribution to family planning programs represents less than one cheeseburger per American per year. We can do better.
“Do you want to get pregnant in the next two years?” How would you answer this question?
Sister Veronika’s death is a tragic microcosm of a global problem.
It was a full house at the Bella Center as frontline health workers shared their stories of fear, struggle, and a love for the job.
SwitchPoint has always protested the status quo. It's known for breaking apart the usual way of doing things in international development and entrepreneurship. This year, though, it protested more than that.
But the global advocacy movement they created was no joke.
Diseases aren’t the only major threats to global health today.
Meet 12 people from across the globe who are working to improve health and well-being, despite a daunting shortage of workers—and huge challenges ahead.