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Ebola Makes the Definitive Case for Health Workers and Strong Health Systems

Since I first wrote about Ebola here at Global Health TV two months ago, the number of Ebola deaths has more than doubled, to 5,459, and the number infected has reached 15,351, 

When Health Workers Aren’t Really Health Workers

As an editor of VITAL, I see each reader comment before it goes live.

The Right Knowledge Can Stop Ebola from Widening the Gap in HIV Care

A year ago, who would have thought that Ebola would be a hot topic on World AIDS Day 2014?Today, the Ebola outbreak has spread to over 15,000 people, and Ebola and HIV have become unlikely bedfellows.

New Resource Centers Put Critical Information in the Hands of West Bank Health Workers

Like a busy intersection, the West Bank’s health system is experiencing a lot of traffic.

Chiapas Health Workers Improve Maternal Health with mHealth

Rural Chiapas might appear to be an unlikely place for mHealth initiatives to gain traction—with one person in four unable to read, and little cell phone reception or internet connectivity in the mountains, it would seem that accessing under

Invent Nothing, Adapt Everything

A couple of months ago, Dykki Settle walked into my office.He had been talking with colleagues at mPowering Frontline Health Workers abo

To Eradicate HIV by 2030, We Must Invest in Health Workers

In September, UNAIDS announced its plan to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030, using its new fast-track strategy.The st

When HIV and Gender-Based Violence Intersect, Women Suffer in Silence

In Mara region, Tanzania, Kabula (not her real name) was the youngest of three wives.Eventually one of her husband’s other wives got sick with symptoms that Kabula related to HIV.