A Tanzanian woman named Teereza teaches her son to take ownership of his health, just like my mother did with me.
What will the woman nominated to be the next leader of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief say about the health workforce?
After 32 years of service in health care, Bekalu Afenew hoped his next post would be in a big city. It wasn't, but he didn't let that slow him down.
Young people in Tanzania have a lot more opportunities and resources for learning about sex today than they did when Paul Mwakipesile was growing up, he says.
It’ll take more than a village. In fact, it’ll take a whole lot of networked villages, all working together.
We picked Malik Jaffer’s brain about health worker heroes and what it’ll take to make more of them.
Getting men and boys to line up for circumcision is no easy feat. But in Tanzania, mobile phone reminders help.
It takes both knowledge and courage to seek out complex HIV care. These counselors offer both.
Why, despite the risks of home birth and the benefits of institutional delivery, are most women in Ethiopia still giving birth at home?
This World AIDS Day, let's celebrate the health workers.