How trained health workers are helping to improve HIV services in South Sudan.
Community health worker Margaret Odera of Kenya, was named a 2022 Heroine of Health by Women in Global Health.
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The Bududa District used several approaches to improve vaccine uptake in the region—and saw great success.
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Community Outreach Volunteers Help Clients Navigate HIV Prevention, Care, and Treatment in South Sudan
How tracing efforts change health outcomes in Juba.
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Cesarean deliveries have become increasingly safe in Rwanda thanks to the efforts of the government and its partners to train and prepare health providers to perform these surgeries.
Proactive Partnership: Nurse Leaders and Community Health Volunteers Work Together to Increase Family Planning Use in Kenya
What happens to women’s access to family planning when you partner nurse leaders with community health workers?