#Health Care Workers

  • Article: How This Global Nonprofit Is Fighting COVID-19 in Some of the World's Most Challenging Places

    How This Global Nonprofit Is Fighting COVID-19 in Some of the World's Most Challenging Places

    By Helen Lock|July 2, 2020

    The CEO of CARE spoke with Global Citizen about tackling the virus in war-torn countries. Read more

  • Article: Health Workers Around the World Are Calling for Period Products to Be Considered Essential PPE

    Health Workers Around the World Are Calling for Period Products to Be Considered Essential PPE

    By Leah Rodriguez|May 29, 2020

    Medical staff in Uganda, Nepal, and the US share how COVID-19 is exacerbating period poverty. Read more

  • Article: Poorest More Than Twice as Likely to Die From COVID-19 in Scotland: Data

    Poorest More Than Twice as Likely to Die From COVID-19 in Scotland: Data

    By Helen Lock|May 18, 2020

    Campaigners say a rethink is needed to tackle the link between low income and poor health. Read more

  • Article: I’m an Emergency Doctor Tackling COVID-19 in Ghana. Here’s What’s Giving Me Hope.

    I’m an Emergency Doctor Tackling COVID-19 in Ghana. Here’s What’s Giving Me Hope.

    By Jana Sepehr|April 15, 2020

    Gameli Aheto is a doctor in Ghana. He shares his experience and challenges of tackling COVID-19. Read more

  • Article: 7  Beautiful Moments of Solidarity Against Coronavirus

    7 Beautiful Moments of Solidarity Against Coronavirus

    By Helen Lock|March 18, 2020

    Despite COVID-19, people have shown they haven't forgotten how to help each other out. Read more

  • Article: Blind Women Are Helping Detect Breast Cancer at Early Stages

    Blind Women Are Helping Detect Breast Cancer at Early Stages

    By Erica Sanchez  and  Sushmita Roy|May 8, 2019

    When trained, these health care workers can detect 30% more tissue alterations than doctors. Read more

  • Article: The Shocking Reason a Top Medical School in Japan Lowered Women's Exam Scores for Years

    The Shocking Reason a Top Medical School in Japan Lowered Women's Exam Scores for Years

    By Daniele Selby  and  Jana Sepehr|Aug. 3, 2018

    Tokyo Medical University lowered women’s exam scores by up to 20% for about eight years. Read more