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From Haiti to Kenya – Honoring the Wisdom & Contributions of Moms

Mother’s Day provides a special opportunity for us to reflect on the role moms play in our lives and in the lives of people around the world. Read more >>

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Saving & Empowering Lives through Clean Cooking Innovation

The seemingly simple act of cooking a meal is responsible for 4 million deaths each year. Read more >>

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The Power of Mobile Technology to Save Lives

Technology and innovation is the way forward for NGOs to impact the global health field, including reducing incidence of malaria, improving maternal and child health, and improving child nutrition. Read more >>

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Adding Vaccines to Intensify the Assault on Malaria

The international community has made phenomenal progress against malaria, but the gains are fragile. Read more >>

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The Power of Mobile to Improve Women’s Health

Mobile technology has made possible innovative new ways to deliver health information and services. Read more >>

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Netbooks Empower Community Health Workers to Improve Health in Bangladesh’s Poorest Communities

Developing high quality, evidence-based communication campaigns that promote healthy behaviors is quite a challenge for Bangladesh. Read more >>

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Improved TB Diagnosis & Treatment: Research and Innovation Urgently Needed to Address Global Epidemic

In 1882, Dr. Robert Koch discovered Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the bacteria that causes TB.

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The Promise of MPTs: An Integrated Approach to Women’s Health

Women and girls are fundamental to the health and well-being of societies worldwide and we still have significant challenges to overcome before reaching essential development goals. Read more >>

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Catching Mosquitoes, Not Fish: Returning Bed Nets to their Proper Use in the DRC

In the DRC, where only five percent of pregnant women receive proper preventive malaria therapy, and malaria accounts for nearly 40 percent of child deaths, prevention is a critical priority. Read more >>

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