Learning to Pay the Price: The Need for Remuneration of Frontline Health Workers

August 20, 2014

Cindil Redick from the One Million Community Health Workers Campaign discusses providing CHWs with greater care and dignity through health workforce formalization and proper remuneration. Continue reading

On the Frontlines of Armed Conflict: A First Responder’s Story

August 19, 2014

International Medical Corps highlights the incredible efforts of emergency nurse Nora Hellman and other US and local frontline health workers on the ground, serving communities in need, even in conflict regions. Continue reading

500 Days to MDGs’ Target Date: New Video of Why #HealthWorkersCount for #MDGMomentum 

August 18, 2014

By Aanjalie Collure, IntraHealth International Today – August 18, 2014 – the global community comes together to recognize the 500-day mark until the target date for the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). On this day, we take the time … Continue reading

Prenatal Education in Indonesia

August 7, 2014

AWHONN highlights how frontline health workers in Indonesia are helping to decrease the rates of infant morbidity and mortality through effective parent education and exceptional health services. Continue reading

Health Workers on the Frontlines of Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

August 4, 2014

  “Most of the dedicated health workers are really doing a commendable job, dedicating their lives to working in very difficult conditions and caring for persons that have come down with Ebola. What we need to do is commend them … Continue reading