Media and NGOs need a renewed relationship that is curious and questioning and trusting, and that takes risks to tell the stories that need telling, writes the head of Mercy Corps.
"Do no harm" is a founding principle of health care — and something we cannot afford to ignore right now, writes WaterAid CEO Tim Wainwright.
Digital tools aren't always the solution for health challenges — there are other ways to innovate. Health leader Dr. Ifeanyi Nsofor explains.
Private money is flowing into the health sector — but it’s perhaps not happening in the way that the global health community might assume.
Rep. Michael McCaul, lead republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, outlines his vision for strengthening women’s economic participation and entrepreneurship across the African continent.
A strong and vibrant health care workforce is critical to keeping patients safe and is essential to achieving universal health coverage. Experts from the global health community weigh in on the steps needed to ensure health care worker safety.
Child mortality rates are falling nearly everywhere. But new analysis from Save the Children suggests that the underlying picture might be more problematic. Save the Children UK's Claire Leigh explains.
It's time for the aid sector to acknowledge that "diversity" isn't as inclusive as it sounds. Global health executive Angela Bruce-Raeburn explains.
As two five-year programs working to support 10 African countries to tackle trachoma come to an end, a learning paper highlights what works and what doesn’t when it comes to trachoma elimination.