Infographic of the Week: An Integrated Approach to HIV/AIDS and Family Planning Services

Infographic of the Week: An Integrated Approach to HIV/AIDS and Family Planning Services

An integrated approach to healthcare no matter the setting is a more effective and rights-based approach to healthier outcomes. When family planning services are available at HIV/AIDS clinics, Population Action International (PAI) believes patients will receive better care, health workers will be more efficient, and dollars will be saved. In sub-Saharan Africa integrated clinic settings […]

Announcing New Partner: PSI

Announcing New Partner: PSI

We are really thrilled to announce our newest partner: PSI! PSI is a global health organization dedicated to improving the health of people in the developing world by focusing on serious challenges like a lack of family planning, HIV and AIDS, barriers to maternal health, and the greatest threats to children under five, including malaria, diarrhea, […]

[Photos] Celebrating World Health Workers Week

[Photos] Celebrating World Health Workers Week

This week from April  8 – 12, 2013 the World Health Organization is celebrating World Health Workers Week. This is a week to honor those who are literally on the frontlines of health care in the developing world every single day. They are the ones who make sure mothers’ babies are attended to directly after […]

Give to Maternal Health Programs in Uganda

Give to Maternal Health Programs in Uganda

Our partner, Shanti Uganda, is helping women experience safe deliveries in a country where 310 women out of 100,000 live births die during childbirth. Now that a new year has rolled around Shanti Uganda has embarked on new opportunities to give and help women have healthy babies and safe, clean births. You can donate to […]

Vote to Honor US Health Workers

Vote to Honor US Health Workers

Save the Children along with Frontline Health Workers Coalition has created the REAL Awards where deserving United States-based health workers will be honored for the sacrifice and commitment they exhibit through their work. The nominations are in and the voting period has started. In fact, voting ends on January 7, 2013. The Real Awards will […]

Do You Know an Amazing Health Worker?

Do You Know an Amazing Health Worker?

Health workers are typically the unsung heroes around the world. They help women deliver their babies in health facilities, they treat babies who are too weak to thrive and even care for wounded civilians during time of war. Health workers assess our problems and patch us up the best they know how. And in developing […]

10 Global Development Stories to be Thankful For

10 Global Development Stories to be Thankful For

Typically when we think of global development we focus on everything that is wrong because the challenges are so great. Rarely are the successes celebrated because with every move towards a goal there is still so much to do. Today we are featuring those stories that have been more about success than failure; more about […]

World Pneumonia Day – Why and How to Help

World Pneumonia Day – Why and How to Help

Today is World Pneumonia Day. Why? Pneumonia is the leading killer of children under five. 1.3 million people dies of pneumonia last year and 1 in 8 children were a part of those mortality figures according to worldpneumoniaday.org. Pneumonia is an infectious, bacterial disease that adversely affects one’s lungs. How can pneumonia be prevented? Vaccines […]

The 1:Face Watch Supports Global Causes

The 1:Face Watch Supports Global Causes

I love products with a purpose! There are many out there to choose from Toms, to Panda sunglasses to fair trade bracelets. Now, there is a new watch on the block that will launch on Monday on IndieGoGo called the 1: Face watch. Each watch color corresponds to a different cause. Pink supports breast cancer, red […]

Help Free Sierra Leone from Its Elephantiasis Epidemic

Help Free Sierra Leone from Its Elephantiasis Epidemic

When living in tropical and subtropical regions of the world people are susceptible to all manner of diseases from malaria to hookworm. One of the seven most common neglected tropical diseases is elephantiasis, or lymphatic filariasis. To the lay person it is simply called “big foot”. Elephantiasis is caused by female mosquitos biting on its […]

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