Integration of Frontline Health Workforce Will Determine Success of SDGs, Universal Health Coverage in 2018 and Beyond

January 8, 2018

By Vince Blaser, Frontline Health Workers Coalition  As 2018 begins with the clock already ticking on the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals targets – the heroic, sometimes harrowing, and heartwarming stories of six frontline health workers from four continents delivered on a … Continue reading

Restituta Achieved Her Dream Of Helping Other Women

December 20, 2017

By Bianka Patsalos-Fox, Touch Foundation This blog was originally published by Touch Foundation on December 14th, 2017 Restituta Mabilla Limbe is a determined 34-year-old woman who always dreamed of helping women and young girls in her community. Growing up in Sengerema, … Continue reading

Optimizing the Role of Community-Based Workers in HIV Service Delivery

December 14, 2017

Three Questions Answered by René Berger, Director in the Global Health Division, Chemonics This series was originally published on December 13th, 2017 by Chemonics René Berger is a Director in the Global Health Division of Chemonics. He has more than … Continue reading

Why UHC Day is a Call to Action for the World’s Youth

December 12, 2017

By Arush Lal, Global Health Corps Fellow, IntraHealth International  It’s no accident that Universal Health Coverage Day — December 12 — falls on the heels of Human Rights Day. Universal health coverage (UHC), the goal of ensuring that all people can access essential health services … Continue reading

Champion Women to Address the Health Workforce’s Leaky Pipeline

November 17, 2017

By Vanessa Kerry, Seed Global Health Humanitarian emergencies caused by infectious disease, conflict, and natural disasters have caused shock after shock to health systems worldwide. The headlines are still fresh in our minds. Ebola. Zika. The Syrian refugee crisis. The … Continue reading