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How to take morphine in rural Guatemala

Rosa is a 59-year-old woman dying1 of a broken heart: in her heart is a hole that surgeons cannot fix, and the irregular flow of Read More

Breaking the Cycle of Poverty: An Argument For Immediate Postpartum Long-Acting Reversible Contraception

Every year, the Guttmacher Institute provides data on pregnancy incidence by intention status and outcome worldwide. In 2012, out of the 213 million pregnancies that Read More

A Quiet Crisis: Reproductive Health Among Displaced Syrians

Every day, almost 500 women die during pregnancy or childbirth in humanitarian settings. Additionally, nearly sixty percent of preventable maternal deaths take place in regions Read More

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Trump Administration Should Continue To Prioritize Women’s Empowerment, Gender Equity Efforts

Oxfam America’s “Politics of Poverty”: Upholding women’s and girls’ rights is an essential part of U.S. foreign aid. Will the Trump administration agree? Rebecca Rewald, coordinator for aid and agriculture at Oxfam America, discusses U.S. Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson’s confirmation hearings and highlights his remarks supporting women’s empowerment and gender equity programs.


U.S. International Aid Plays Important Role In Sustainable Development

The Hill: International aid can remain beyond politics Kate Schecter, president and CEO of World Neighbors, Inc. “…[I]t’s important to understand that the majority of U.S. international aid programs — public and private — are not charity. Unlike charity, these programs are not meant to be providing aid indefinitely. Rather than perpetually alleviating the suffering…More


How to take morphine in rural Guatemala

Rosa is a 59-year-old woman dying1 of a broken heart: in her heart is a hole that surgeons cannot fix, and the irregular flow of Read More


Politics Should Not Influence Access To Health Care, Global Health Corps CEO Barbara Bush Says

Business Insider: Barbara Bush: Health care should not be political “Former first daughter Barbara Bush (George W. Bush’s daughter) has spent the last seven years trying to get more millennials involved with global health issues — a mission she doesn’t believe should be associated with politics at all. Bush, 35, is the CEO and co-founder…More


News Outlets Examine Potential Impacts Of Trump Administration On Women’s Health, Rights…

Cosmopolitan: Trump’s Presidency Could Be Life-Threatening to Women All Over the World “…For women around the world, a Donald Trump/Mike Pence administration spells a policy of active hostility to reproductive rights and using U.S. dollars to hold other countries hostage to American abortion politics. For women who aren’t American and who had no say in…More


Breaking the Cycle of Poverty: An Argument For Immediate Postpartum Long-Acting Reversible Contraception

Every year, the Guttmacher Institute provides data on pregnancy incidence by intention status and outcome worldwide. In 2012, out of the 213 million pregnancies that Read More


“They” and the shaping impulse of America

Do “we” need to help “them” to understand the political and economic systems that have marginalized them?


PrEP sẽ có mặt tại Việt Nam?

Bảo Ân, một lãnh đạo cộng đồng đồng tính nam, đồng thời là nhân viên của tổ chức PATH chia sẻ: “Những người đồng tính nam và chuyển giới nữ tại TPHồ Chí Minh –đô thị lớn nhất của Việt Nam đang bị ảnh hưởng nặng nề bởiHIV”. Anh cho biết: “Do những can thiệp […] ; ; ; ;Related StoriesIs Vietnam prepared for PrEP?The politics of pneumoniaWhy playtime for babies is serious business ;


Breathing for beginners

I spent my first weeks as a father listening to the hums and beeps of the machines keeping my son alive. Rees was born nine weeks early, before his lungs were ready to support his body. My wife, Melinda, and I were head-over-heels in love with him and spent countless hours holding him, hoping he […] ; ; ; ;Related Stories7 household items we use to save livesThe politics of pneumoniaWhy playtime for babies is serious business ;


Why playtime for babies is serious business

“Hello, hello!”  Raquel Vasco smiles and greets parents and their babies as they enter the clinic for vaccinations and weighing. “I want to welcome you to the ‘play box.’” Raquel is a preventive medicine technician at Beluluane Health Centre in Boane District, Mozambique. She spends quite a bit of her daily routine around the serious […] ; ; ; ;Related StoriesThe politics of pneumoniaWhat does the US election mean for global health?Oxygen is a matter of life and breath ;


CGD Podcast Discusses Global Development With Outgoing CGD President

Center for Global Development’s “CGD Podcast”: Development and the New Politics — Nancy Birdsall’s Final Podcast as CGD President In this podcast, Rajesh Mirchandani, vice president of communications and policy outreach at CGD, speaks with Nancy Birdsall, who is stepping down at the end of December as CGD president and will remain at CGD as…More


Washington Global Health Alliance Director Lisa Cohen Talks About Importance Of Partnerships…

Devex: Q&A: What Washington state can teach DC about public health collaboration “At a moment when U.S. politics have rarely felt so divided, Washington state — not Washington, D.C. — might offer a model worth watching. That’s according to Lisa Cohen, founder and executive director of the Washington Global Health Alliance, a coalition of leading…More


Looking Back At 6 Top Global Health Moments In 2016, International Community Must Inform…

Devex: Opinion: For better or worse, politics define 2016 top global health moments Karl Hofmann, president and CEO of Population Services International “…2016 had a few bright spots, including a record replenishment for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, and two innovative efforts that may very well redefine what it means to…More


7 household items we use to save lives

At PATH, we use MacGyver-worthy ingenuity to turn everyday objects into lifesavers for women and children in the world’s poorest places. We passionately believe that survival shouldn’t depend on where a person lives, how reliable their electrical grid is, or whether they can afford health care. So, we work with partners to boil down sophisticated […] ; ; ; ;Related StoriesThe politics of pneumoniaProtected: Permettre à tout le monde d’accéder à des toilettes, à la manière PATHWhat does the US election mean for global health? ;


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