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Meeting the women who are changing their world

Masuda, Shankori and Shilpi are women who are changing their world. They are entrepreneurial midwives that I met in Sunamganj, Bangladesh. They are improving health access in one of the most remote districts but where maternal and under-5 mortality rates have fallen dramatically in only a few years. These powerful women are also generating more income for their families and changing social norms.

Unlikely health workers in Bangladesh: Celebrating female frontline health workers on International Women’s Day

Every year, on International Women’s Day, the global health community takes the opportunity to celebrate the progress made for gender equality and women’s health and rights around the world.

At their finger-tips: how mobile technology is motivating Frontline Health Workers in Bihar, India

By: Carolyn Grant and Mariela Rodriguez, CARE

Frontline health workers (FHWs) are often the first and sometimes only link to health services and information for communities and individuals. Many are overworked, unmotivated and lack the essential tools, training and...

 International Medical Corps

International Medical Corps and The Frontline Health Workers Coalition Present

A Congressional Briefing on:

THE GLOBAL FRONTLINE HEALTH WORKFORCE NEEDED...