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Inspired by Real Heroes

When we listen to the news, read the papers, or follow social media, we hear so much about people committing atrocious crimes against each other.

Tool Helps Prioritize Vulnerable Households in Uganda, Lesotho, and South Sudan

Today, the Day of the African Child, we focus on the needs of vulnerable children on the continent and a success taking place right now, through adaptation of a tool built for one country being applied in two more to help children.The succes

Africa Will Be Short 6 Million Health Workers by 2030

Sub-Saharan African populations and economies are growing at unprecedented speed with a population growth of 2.7% annually and 

Research Team Asks a Big Question about Community Health in Zambia

In fall 2015, the Primary Health Care for Communities (PHC2C) consortium conducted a formative assessment of community health in Zambia.

Clubfoot Can Be Solved on a Global Scale

Although you may have never heard of it, you’ve probably met someone who has it.Clubfoot is a very common birth defect causing one or both feet to turn inwards and upwards, making it near

Can the World's Expanding Health Sector Heal Our Economies?

All over the world, the health sector is predicted to be the largest source of job creation for the next decade.Its growth is being driven by increasing numbers of older people and by the expansion of the global middle class.

Zika: The Cost of Doing Nothing

The Zika epidemic has spread like wildfire through Latin America. Yet the global and national responses have remained slow.

An Avon-Like Approach to Lifesaving Health Care

Chuck Slaughter might be the founder of Living Goods—one of the most innovative health delivery organizations in the world—but when he started out, he was a struggling serial entrepreneu