Our updated set of issue briefs outlines how frontline health workers impact core US global health priorities, including the pursuit of an AIDS-free generation, the elimination of preventable maternal and child deaths, the advancement of global health security, and more. These briefs highlight the unique and critical role of frontline health workers in tackling specific global health issue areas, as well as U.S. leadership on these issues and the need for a comprehensive US health workforce strategy to further advance global health progress.
The Frontline Health Workers Coalition publishes briefs and fact sheets to highlight the need to invest more U.S. dollars in frontline health workers. Below are some of our key resources.
Ahead of the International Conference on Family Planning in Kigali, Rwanda, read our fact sheet to find out about the vital work that frontline health workers all over the world are doing in providing clients with informed contraceptive education and services, for an overview of the Global Gag Rule, and for our recommendations for strengthening the abilities of frontline health workers.
At the 73rd United Nations General Assembly, a group of advocates, thinkers, and policy makers convened to identify concrete actions that could be taken to make measurable progress on barriers to advancing women's leadership in the health workforce.