At the Extreme Affordability Conference in Accra, we saw some of the unusual partnerships and switchpoints that are transforming West Africa’s health and tech landscape.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo found $2 million in savings when they used data to uncover absent health workers.
It's time to face the financing issue.
A new global campaign is pushing for salaries, benefits, and formal employment for these crucial health workers.
As a career physician, I've seen modern medicine rescue people from the brink of death. But major gaps remain.
All Mercy Wangui Kariuki ever wanted to be was a nurse.
We’re working toward universal health coverage and unprecedented options for health care worldwide. But how will we afford it?
It’s time for a new generation of aid, one that reflects the complexity of the disparate but intertwined challenges before us.
The health sector will likely become the largest source of job creation worldwide for the next decade.
Last week's talks in Ethiopia resulted in a powerful new advocacy tool: the Addis Ababa Call to Action on financing the health workforce.