Salome was one of 830 women around the world who died that day from problems related to childbirth.
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She was known simply as Omusirishi —“the one who treats”—in my village.
All Mercy Wangui Kariuki ever wanted to be was a nurse.
I watched one health worker carefully chase mosquitoes from underneath the bed nets, so the women using them could rest.
I was a digital health novice before working with the informatics team at IntraHealth. Then they introduced me to mHero.
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