FRONTLINE HEALTH WORKERS’ LIFE-SAVING POTENTIAL
Frontline health workers are those directly providing services where they are most needed, especially in remote and rural areas. They are the first and often only link to essential health services for millions in developing countries. Many are community health workers and midwives, though they can also include local pharmacists, nurses and doctors who serve in community clinics. Properly trained and supported frontline health workers hold the potential to save millions of lives. Read more →
Fourth Global Forum on Human Resources for Health: Join us in Dublin, November 13 -17, or virtually to help us advocate for better investments in building the global health workforce of the future.
World Health Worker Week 2017: Click here to read about advocates’ worldwide recognizing the impact of frontline health workers on global health progress and calling for action for greater support of their efforts.
Frontline Health Workers Halt Ebola’s Spread: Click here to read our collection of top-line Ebola-related content, read our policy recommendations, and view our costing study estimating the cost of scaling up the health workforce in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
Why the Coalition?
The Frontline Health Workers Coalition is an alliance of United States-based organizations working together to urge greater and more strategic U.S. investment in frontline health workers in developing countries as a cost-effective way to save lives and foster a healthier, safer and more prosperous world. Read more →