#Child Health

  • Article: This Is What It's Like to Be a Midwife in a Rohingya Refugee Camp
    Health

    This Is What It's Like to Be a Midwife in a Rohingya Refugee Camp

    By Brigit Katz|March 14, 2018

    Tania Akter is caring for some of the most vulnerable women in the world. Read more

  • Article: Australia’s Domestic Vaccine Push Is Important, But Short-Sighted
    OpinionHealth

    Australia’s Domestic Vaccine Push Is Important, But Short-Sighted

    By Shakira Donovan|Aug. 31, 2017

    To truly protect Australia’s children, the government must extend their vaccine focus Read more

  • Article: New Heat-Proof Vaccine Could Literally Save 1,300 Lives a Day
    Health

    New Heat-Proof Vaccine Could Literally Save 1,300 Lives a Day

    By Meghan Werft|March 24, 2017

    This is a game-changer. Read more

  • Article: 12 Steps To Make ‘Hearing Health’ More Accessible
    PartnerHealth

    12 Steps To Make ‘Hearing Health’ More Accessible

    Dec. 13, 2016|Doppler Labs

    Start with sending a letter. Read more

  • Article: Former Traditional Birth Attendants Are Saving Mothers and Babies in Sierra Leone
    Girls & Women

    Former Traditional Birth Attendants Are Saving Mothers and Babies in Sierra Leone

    Sept. 5, 2016|Concern Worldwide

    A rebirth for traditional birth attendants. Read more

  • Article: NIFTY cup breastfeeding milk newborns
    ImpactHealth

    The NIFTY cup for newborns: when breastfeeding is not an option

    May 27, 2016|PATH

    This PATH-designed cup provides an ingenious way for infants to sip. Read more

  • Article: “Together, Stronger” A day with Caterpillar
    Health

    “Together, Stronger” A day with Caterpillar

    By David Ambuel |April 17, 2016|Global Poverty Project

    Hear about Global Citizen's tour stop in Peoria, IL Read more

  • Article: Quiz: Do you know the biggest killer of children under the age of 5?
    Health

    Quiz: Do you know the biggest killer of children under the age of 5?

    By Judith Rowland|April 5, 2016|Global Poverty Project

    The biggest surprise is that the answer is completely preventable. Read more