Merck for Mothers—a 10-year, $500 million initiative—aims to improve the odds for vulnerable women around the globe.
The Rural Education Action Project uses its studies about China’s poorest places to influence government policy.
An immense cross-sector partnership is responsible for the immunization success story.
An inconvenient truth is hiding behind the current excitement about educating girls.
The misalignment between the expansive goal of “health” and a cramped definition of “care” has cost the United States untold lives and treasure. Yet realignment is in reach.
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The Manoshi Project in Bangladesh is proving that 90 percent of pregnancy-related deaths are preventable.
By providing factory workers with health care training, HERproject reduces absenteeism and turnover at some of the world’s biggest clothing brands.
San Francisco’s five-year-old universal health care program sees positive results.
Partners in Health and Abbott Laboratories are building a new plant in Corporant, Haiti to produce a therapeutic food called Nourimanba.