#Access to Healthcare

  • Article: Cost of Preventing Maternal Deaths Could Rise to $7.8B by 2030
    Girls & Women

    Cost of Preventing Maternal Deaths Could Rise to $7.8B by 2030

    By Sushmita Roy|July 19, 2019

    “It’s a call to action … We need to accelerate [progress] as we only have 11 years left.” Read more

  • Article: Meet the Hero Who Travels by Bicycle to Collect Medicine for 2,000 People in Cape Town
    PartnerHealth

    Meet the Hero Who Travels by Bicycle to Collect Medicine for 2,000 People in Cape Town

    July 16, 2019|Beautiful News

    “South Africans will always make a plan to help one another.” Read more

  • Article: One Doctor. Thousands in Need. She Won't Give Up on Her Community.
    PartnerHealth

    One Doctor. Thousands in Need. She Won't Give Up on Her Community.

    July 11, 2019|Beautiful News

    Nosimphiwo Peni is the only source of health care for a community of 40,000. Read more

  • Article: How 2,000 NHS Medics Have Trained Over 93,000 Health Workers Around the World
    AdvocacyHealth

    How 2,000 NHS Medics Have Trained Over 93,000 Health Workers Around the World

    By Imogen Calderwood|July 8, 2019

    It’s been quietly running for eight years, and achieving huge levels of success. Read more

  • Article: How This Academy Hopes to Address the Health Care Worker Shortage
    Health

    How This Academy Hopes to Address the Health Care Worker Shortage

    By Gabrielle Deonath|June 11, 2019

    The course will give health care leaders the education and tools to develop large-scale programs. Read more

  • Article: Sex Workers in Malawi Are Becoming Health Workers and Fighting HIV/AIDS
    Health

    Sex Workers in Malawi Are Becoming Health Workers and Fighting HIV/AIDS

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|May 20, 2019

    “Empowering sex workers with knowledge and prevention methods is key to protecting their health.” Read more

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

    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

  • Article: This South African Photographer Is Using Art to Combat TB and HIV/AIDS
    Health

    This South African Photographer Is Using Art to Combat TB and HIV/AIDS

    By Lerato Mogoatlhe|May 15, 2019

    Damien Schumann's art confronts people with uncomfortable realities to drive change. Read more