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Immunization Advocates Launches Podcast to Explore Vaccines in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Health workers and journalists in low- and middle-income countries discuss their first-hand experiences with administering, communicating, and reporting on vaccines.

We Must Involve Frontline Health Workers in Health Workforce Policy

Health workers know best what they need during and beyond the pandemic. Here are three ways to ensure their voices guide the conversation.

Counting Down to 2030 Requires a Refocus on Frontline Health Workers

We need a fit-for-purpose frontline health workforce based on local needs, realities, and disease burden.

Big Changes Needed to Recruit and Retain Young Nurses, in Kenya and Beyond
We need to remove gender-related barriers, recruit from local communities, and create funding mechanisms.
On the Hill to Advocate for and Honor Health Workers

During World Health Worker Week , frontline health workers and members of the Frontline Health Workers Coalition (FHWC) took to Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, to educate lawmakers and their staff on the tremendous impact frontline health workers have in their communities and advocate for...

The Journey of Arti Sah, a Midwife in Nepal

Arti Sah works as a midwife at the Aambote health facility in, a remote community in Nepal. She completed her midwifery training, thanks to a CARE-GSK program that trains frontline health workers who are vital in bringing more and better quality maternal, neonatal, and reproductive health...

For Underserved Populations in Tanzania, Social Service Workers Provide a Critical Link to Frontline Health Workers

For our World Health Worker Week blog series, we are featuring a number of posts that focus on different cadres of health workers, within health workforce teams. This post from AIHA looks at how social workers can play a crucial role in frontline heatlh workforce teams.

Frontline Health Worker Teams: A Winning Formula

In recognition of World Health Worker Week this year, I invite you to read and reflect on our #WHWWeek blog series that puts you in the shoes of dedicated health workers who work on the front lines every day to deliver essential health services. You’ll meet nurses, midwives, social workers, and...