#Access to Health

  • Article: How Racism and Discrimination Prevent Access to Good Health and Well-Being for All

    How Racism and Discrimination Prevent Access to Good Health and Well-Being for All

    By Jackie Marchildon|June 17, 2020

    Marginalization’s impact on health has become all the more evident due to COVID-19. Read more

  • Article: UK Post-Lockdown: What These Activists and Thinkers Want to See Change to Build a Better Britain

    UK Post-Lockdown: What These Activists and Thinkers Want to See Change to Build a Better Britain

    By Helen Lock|June 9, 2020

    Many see the process of recovery after the pandemic as an opportunity for social change. Read more

  • Article: This Summit Aims to Raise $7.4 Billion for Vaccine Development and Global Immunization
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    This Summit Aims to Raise $7.4 Billion for Vaccine Development and Global Immunization

    By Camille May|June 3, 2020

    An outbreak anywhere is a risk everywhere. Gavi works to ensure everyone can access good health. Read more

  • Article: How UNFPA Supplies Is Working to Improve Women’s and Girls’ Reproductive Health

    How UNFPA Supplies Is Working to Improve Women’s and Girls’ Reproductive Health

    By Jacky Habib|Dec. 11, 2019

    The UN estimates 230 million adolescent girls and women lack access to contraception. Read more

  • Article: Almost 500,000 People in Burkina Faso Don’t Have Access to Food, Healthcare, and Education

    Almost 500,000 People in Burkina Faso Don’t Have Access to Food, Healthcare, and Education

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|Nov. 1, 2019

    Armed conflicts that have swept through some parts of West Africa are having a devastating impact. Read more

  • Article: Nairobi Just Rolled Out a Massive Polio Vaccination Drive

    Nairobi Just Rolled Out a Massive Polio Vaccination Drive

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|July 30, 2019

    “We are very close to achieving that goal of eradicating polio.” Read more

  • Article: More Than 2,000 People Have Now Been Infected With Ebola in DRC

    More Than 2,000 People Have Now Been Infected With Ebola in DRC

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|June 7, 2019

    This is the worst outbreak ever to hit the Democratic Republic of Congo. Read more

  • Article: In Central Mali, Healthcare Workers Are Using Donkey Carts to Get Vaccinations to Children’s Homes

    In Central Mali, Healthcare Workers Are Using Donkey Carts to Get Vaccinations to Children’s Homes

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|May 17, 2019

    The volatile region has become too dangerous for mothers to walk to clinics. Read more