Games. Youth. War. We’ve got our eyes on 10 topics that will shape 2014 for us all—especially for members of the health workforce.
This week in Recife, we’re telling the world: Let’s find a way to make sure that all people have access to health workers.
More than ever before in history, our world’s population is young, urban, and on the move. And our health needs are changing.
From the halls of the UN to the set of Good Morning America, a common refrain reverberated in NYC: “health workers count.”
The payoffs aren't immediate, but building strong, resilient health systems is the key to making care sustainable for all.
Skilled birth attendance is on the rise, but it's only increased by 10% in developing countries over the last 20 years.
The REAL awards are part of a movement to solve one of the largest hurdles in global health.
Many health workers have a dream of offering high-quality services, but no way of doing their work well because they lack basic supplies or training.
Rep Nita Lowey introduced a resolution recognizing the importance of frontline health workers to accelerating progress on global health.
An email in my inbox one month ago invited me to attend the first planning meeting for a visit by Pape Gaye, our president and CEO, to Tanzania, but it was also an invitation to elevate health and health workers as newsworthy topics to my former teammates: journalists.