Many health workers in Senegal didn’t know what hypertension was or how to treat it—until now.Read more
None of our work is taking place in a vacuum, and none of us have expertise in all areas that need to be changed to improve people’s lives in low-resource areas. Partnerships that, on the surface, seem unlikely can turn out to be surprisingly supportive of each other.
What a pleasure for IntraHealth to be able to host Rwanda’s Ambassador to the US, His Excellency James Kimonyo, at our headquarters offices here in North Carolina last week!
The Africa Exchange Meeting of the Expanding Services Delivery Project (ESD) held last week in Nairobi offered opportunities for learning about promising inroads in increasing access to reproductive health and family planning.
David Benton, CEO of the International Council of Nurses, shares stories about the nurses who have inspired him.
The next few years will be huge for non-profit mobile apps. I was just at the NTEN Nonprofit Technology Conference and several people and vendors were talking about apps they were designing or already developing, with nothing released yet.
Maternal mortality has always been one of the most difficult indications of progress to measure.
Exciting news: India is among the leading countries in reducing maternal mortality in the last 15 years.
As we look forward to IntraHealth’s 30th Anniversary Event on April 22nd, we invite you to take a walk with us through IntraHealth’s last 30 years on our new interactive timeline.
This year’s World Health Day theme—Urbanization and Health—reflects the rising number of people living in cities around the world.
Top 10 Myths about the Global Health Workforce Crisis Busted at the National Physicians Alliance Conference
Recently, I presented this Top 10 at the National Physicians Alliance (NPA) Annual Meeting in California.