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The Female-Dominated Health Sector Needs More Women

It's time to provide women with more opportunities and support in the health sector.

At One Namibian Hospital, Shorter Lines, Healthier Clients

In remote northern Namibia, Onandjokwe Hospital is becoming a national model for bringing health care to people where they live.

Global Health Is an Investment We Can’t Afford to Pass Up

As a career physician, I've seen modern medicine rescue people from the brink of death. But major gaps remain.

Five Investments Countries Can Make for Healthier People and Economies

By pooling our resources and know-how, we can help solve the health workforce crisis—and build stronger economies.

Salaries for Women in Health Care Still Come Up Short

Four proactive approaches health care organizations can take to boost overall standing and salaries for women in health care.

IntraHealth International’s Top Ten Stories from 2016

From the transformation of the health system in Kenya to the women at the intersection of health and technology, take a look back at our most popular stories.

To Achieve #HealthForAll We Need Health Workers for All

Universal health coverage is about the money. But it's really about people—those who need care and those who provide it.

A Strategy to Deliver a Fit-For-Purpose Global Health Workforce

The Workforce 2030 strategy is a milestone in its own right. But we need bold investments and policies to turn its vision into a reality.

From Zero Doctors to Three: A Transformation at Bukwo General Hospital

Imagine you and 74,000 other people all had access to just one doctor. That used to be Uganda's Bukwo District.

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