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Trump’s Budget Would Set Back Global Health and Triangle Jobs

March 27, 2017
In addition to affecting our safety, cuts to federal programs would ripple through our global health community here in North Carolina.

UNC Student Josie Caves Granted the Raluca Iosif Intimate Partner Violence Research Award

Josie Caves
Under the Raluca Iosif Intimate Partner Violence Research Award, Josie Caves will contribute to the academic body of knowledge related to fatal intimate-pa

How Mobile Technology Is Transforming Lives in Rural India

March 21, 2017
Women health workers in rural India are using a mobile app to educate pregnant women about maternal and neonatal danger signs.

At the Farmers' Fair, Growers Display Foods for a Healthier Tajikistan

March 17, 2017
Community health educators in Tajikistan are teaching their communities the power of food and water.

International Aid Is More than Altruism

March 09, 2017
Our free gift to unnamed strangers keeps us all safer and the world a bit more stable.

The Female-Dominated Health Sector Needs More Women

March 07, 2017
It's time to provide women with more opportunities and support in the health sector.

5 Women Who Are Using Robots, Data, Fashion, and Tech to Transform Global Development

March 07, 2017
A bold new generation of women is guiding the future of global health and development. You’ll meet some of them at SwitchPoint.

For One Health Worker, Childbirth Proved More Dangerous than Ebola

March 06, 2017
Salome was one of 830 women around the world who died that day from problems related to childbirth.