Kenya is taking steps to address its health workforce shortage and the gender imbalance in contraceptive availability and use.
A new research award honors the life of our friend and colleague, Raluca Iosif.
When it comes to who’s using contraception, we aren’t even close to 50-50.
Girls cannot be empowered if they are performing domestic labor that interferes with their education, development, and rights.
“Do you want to get pregnant in the next two years?” How would you answer this question?
What future awaits girls beyond today's war, disease, and inequality?
Women who work in the so-called informal care economy are at particular risk.
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.