In bringing health care to the developing world, innovators can benefit from lessons others learned the hard way. Includes magazine extras.
Supplement to the article “Meeting the Challenges of Global Health.”
In Mozambique, an effort to train women as ambulance drivers enhances public safety and fosters opportunity.
In places like rural Guatemala, the quest to sustain a vital social enterprise often depends on finding the right private-sector partner.
The Dispensary of Hope is distributing unused pharmaceuticals to patients who need them.
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The long, hard struggle to alter US policy on HIV/AIDS assistance shows that advocacy can deliver a real payoff.
The successful 15-year campaign to eliminate mercury-based medical devices provides lessons for others creating large-scale social change.
Pharmacy on a Bicycle explores innovative solutions to global health problems.
The Solution Revolution discusses the need for a new cross-sector approach to global problems.
Traditional health care is a hands-on affair. But a wave of technology-driven innovation signals the emergence of a compelling new model.