In Jharkhand, India, one auxiliary nurse midwife struggles to mobilize women to take advantage of Village Health and Nutrition Days.
Skilled birth attendance is on the rise, but it's only increased by 10% in developing countries over the last 20 years.
A few hours after I delivered my daughter three years ago, one of my midwives, Jenny Cox, stopped by to see how we were doing.
From Farmers to Health Workers: US Government Food Aid and Security Programs Aspire To Do Business Differently
Two billion people in the world do not get enough to eat.
Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda's mother was a true innovator—by necessity.
Nurses Can Close the MDG Gaps in Maternal and Reproductive Health, but Not without New Skills and Mentorship
In Uganda, nurses face strenuous demands.
“Bring technology to me, not to a low-resource setting.”
If you want to help save the world, look for a problem to solve in your own back yard.
In this age of rapidly emerging technologies, how can we improve the way we provide training to health workers?
The REAL awards are part of a movement to solve one of the largest hurdles in global health.