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A First Responder on the Front Lines of the Yemen Humanitarian Crisis

Doa’a is a health program officer in Yemen working for International Medical Corps.

Respectful Maternity Care is Everyone’s Responsibility

“Women are not dying because of untreatable diseases.

How To Ensure Global Health Security? Frontline Health Workers, Of Course

During any three-day, high-level meeting of the global health leaders, some common refrains are inevitable.But at the meeting I attended in Cape Town, South Africa, last week—the World Health Organization’s high-level meeting dubbed “Buildin

Will This Be Our Decade of Data Use?

If anything positive has come out of the ongoing Ebola crisis in West Africa, it’s that we can finally put to rest a longstanding debate—namely, whether it’s more effective in global health

Stronger Health Systems Could End Abuse during Childbirth

When I volunteered in a maternity ward in the Philippines in September 2013, I had about 18 months’ experience under my belt as a midwife and a couple more years as nurse.

AIDF Infographic: How Public-Private Partnerships Between Telecommunications and Humanitarian Agencies Can Save Lives

Worldwide, 19.03.2015 - In preparation for their upcoming AIDF Asia: Aid & Response Summit, the Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF) has released a Mobile for Development infographic, visualising the growing ubiquity of the mobile phone in the developing world, its uses in disaster relief and resilience and highlighting partnerships between humanitarian agencies and telecommunicati

DFID Review of Digital in Development Programmes

The purpose of this review was to benchmark the UK Department for Internationa Development's activities on digital and to support the development of an overarching vision for digital work in their programmes.  It found that digital technologies can add value to their development interventions and help them to reach greater numbers of poor and marginalised people more quickly and cost-effectivel

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