"I'm a Health Worker": One minute with Monica Watuvamu, a nurse and midwife at Kamuli Mission Hospital in Uganda.
From the halls of the UN to the set of Good Morning America, a common refrain reverberated in NYC: “health workers count.”
By calling what we do family planning, we may be ignoring the fact that many young people aren’t trying to plan families—they’re trying to plan futures.
The payoffs aren't immediate, but building strong, resilient health systems is the key to making care sustainable for all.
Yesenia Aguirre de Barahona discusses the challenges of managing a medication warehouse in El Salvador.
This November, the global health community’s eyes should be on two major gatherings in Brazil and Ethiopia.
In Lira, Uganda, Mary Philomena Okello is the only palliative care nurse for miles. Carol Bales tells the story behind the photos.
Nigeria needs more midwives, but students often can't afford the tuition it takes to become one.
Let's make HRH part of the upcoming discussions on global governance for health.
For Dr. Qasem al Zein, the revolution began with a feeling of hope.