5 Questions with WHO ’s Jim Campbell
June 08, 2018We talked with the director of the WHO ’s Health Workforce Department during his visit to North Carolina’s global health belt.When Jim Campbell of the World Health Organization came to North Carolina this spring, we had a few minutes to pick his brain about some of the health workforce issues that are weighing heaviest on our minds —from the looming global shortage of health workers to what #MeToo and achieving gender equality could mean for the workforce worldwide.Campbell serves as director of the Health Workforce Department at WHO. He was in the North Carolina to talk with partners and col...
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Women on the Rise in Global Health: Q & A with a Malian Trailblazer
June 14, 2018How can more women rise to leadership positions in global health and beyond? Hawa Diallo has some ideas.en fran çaisWhat will it take to open more leadership positions to women in global health? How can we help more women and girls get the health services they need? And are we anywhere close to achieving gender equality?These are some of the questions we ’re asking in our Women on the Rise in Global Health series. We’re looking for ideas and insights from women leaders throughout the health care and global health fields on how they’ve gotten where they are, and what it will take to cha...
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Picture It: Community Health Workers in Action
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3 Ways To Invest in Interoperable Health Information Systems
June 05, 2018These are the paths that will lead  us beyond lofty goals and onto practical action.We know that interoperability is key to improving the effectiveness and resilience of health information systems.As we've  said before, it ’s crucial to overcoming the fragmented and proprietary global health information systems we have today, and can allow governments and their stakeholders to make the most of their data, including extending, upgrading, and preserving it.  Yet how do we move from that lofty goal to practical action? For us atIntraHealth International, there are three clear pathways to...
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Picture It: Let ’s End Obstetric Fistula
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Storytelling Training Leads Frontline Health Workers to Advocate at the Highest Levels of Governance
Samalie Kitoleko, a registered nurse at the Uganda Heart Institute and storytelling trainee. Photo by Malaika Media for IntraHealth International.May 29, 2018The firsthand perspectives of frontline health workers are becoming more influential at the highest levels of policymaking, including last week during the 71st World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland. Dozens of health workers, among the thousands of delegates there, took the stage to share their personal experiences in the global effort toward universal health coverage.  Over the past two years,IntraHealth International and its partners at theFrontline Healt...
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Picture It: Dam Water
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After Fifty Long Years with Obstetric Fistula, Two Women Reclaim Their Dignity
May 21, 2018They spent most of their lives with the condition, but now two septuagenarians in Mali are healed —and they’re on a mission.en fran çaisThree days.That ’s how long Malado was in labor. That’s how long she was unable to give birth. She was only 16 years old, after all, and it was her first baby. Her body wasn’t ready.This was back in the 1960s in rural Mali, and there were no cars to take her from her village to a health facility —even today, it’s rare to see a car pass on these dirt roads. Finally someone helped her into a donkey-drawn cart and carried her to a c...
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Picture It: eLearning 2025+ SwitchPoint 2018
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Impunity Reigns as Medical Personnel and Facilities across 23 Conflict-Torn Countries Remain Under Attack
This report breaks n ew ground in bringing information providers together and demonstrating the value of collaboration.”TheSafeguarding Health in Conflict Coalition, of which IntraHealth is the communications secretariat and a member,  consists of more than 35 organizations working to protect health workers and services threatened by war or civil unrest. The coalition raises awareness of global attacks on health and presses governments and United Nations agencies for greater global action to protect the security of health care.ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:Access the report hereSee an overview of the dataTake a look at t...
Source: IntraHealth International - May 20, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: intrahealth Source Type: news

Why Data Interoperability Matters to Global Health
May 18, 2018The global digital health community has been talking about it for more than a decade. So where do things stand?Predictive analytics, rapid diagnostics, and portable, personal medical records promise a future where health systems are stronger and more efficient, and where anyone can live a longer, healthier, fuller life.But one of the prerequisites for this promised transformation is that health systems —whether they’re for diagnostics or patient records or lab results—are interoperable, meaning they can quickly and seamlessly exchange data using open standards.The greater the interoperability ...
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Picture It: World Hypertension Day in Senegal
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A Doctor ’s Dispatch from Brazil
May 16, 2018" Okay, doc,  I'll do it,  I'll do it. " But he never did.We love featuring personal stories onVITAL from frontline health workers all over the world. We especially love it when they tell us about the clients who ’ve moved them, the moments that keep them coming to work each day, and what it’sreally like to work on the front lines of health care.Here ’s a dispatch fromV ânia Soares de Oliveira e Almeida Pinto, a physician in Brazil who works hard to combat hypertension and diabetes in her community. Today she ’s using her story to advocate for policy changes tha...
Source: IntraHealth International - May 16, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: mnathe Source Type: news

Global Health and Tech Thinkers Come Together at SwitchPoint
May 14, 2018From pandemic preparedness to gender equality, here are a few standout moments from the 2018 event.At  SwitchPoint, a two-day conference organized by Intrahealth International —a DAI strategic affiliate—400 global health and technology devotees came together in the North Carolina countryside to share ideas and seed partnerships for solving global health challenges, especially by using technology. The seventh annual event, held April 26–27, featured 30-plus stage speakers and 20-plus microlabs.These talks and microlabs covered a host of topics, from pandemic preparedness and the value...
Source: IntraHealth International - May 14, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: mnathe Source Type: news

A Do No Harm Framework for ICT4D: Inspiration from SwitchPoint 2018
May 11, 2018The issue of data ethics isn't new to international development —but it all feels a little more urgent now. SwitchPoint 2018 was an inspiring, passionate, and delightful indulgence: Spending two days in lush Saxapahaw, North Carolina, thinking about big ideas and learning from leading experts in small group sessions in between performance art and live music shows felt like such a departure from Conference As Usual.I felt space opening up in my brain to start really processing what the speakers were saying —the real act and action of listening versus the usual ruse of secretly responding to...
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Picture It: 5 Lessons from SwitchPoint
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To Overcome Myths about Contraception, This Nurse Goes Beyond the Clinic
May 02, 2018Geita region  has one of the highest fertility rates in Tanzania and maternal mortality is high. Deus Bahame is working to change that.When registered nurse Deus Bahame learned that many girls in Tanzania ’s Bukombe District Council started having children at the age of 14, he knew he must do something.“With limited family planning services, by 28 to 30 years of age, these young women will have given birth to nine or ten children,” Bahame says. “We met them at the clinic only when they were already pregnant. There is no way we can improve these women’s lives and reduce materna...
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SwitchPoint 2018: Day 2
April 27, 2018Fear and bias get in the way of humanitarian work every day. We'll  move forward anyway.Remember the last time you walked up to a door and pulled on it, only to find you were supposed to push?I hate that. We all hate that. Especially when it ’s a door we’ve been through before, and we should have remembered how it worked, and great, probably everybody saw us.Unfortunately, our memories are just not very reliable. This is what user experience and game design expertCelia Hodent told us today on the second and final day ofSwitchPoint 2018. Good design can overcome some of our deficiencies &mdash...
Source: IntraHealth International - April 27, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: mnathe Source Type: news

SwitchPoint 2018: Day 1
April 26, 2018Day 1 of SwitchPoint 2018 focused on fake news, true stories, and the power both have over how we do good —and how we do evil.If you ’ve been within shouting distance of the news lately, you know that privacy and data are on a lot of people’s minds.Who has access to your digital life? What should they be allowed to do with it? What power are our facts giving to those with the resources to aggregate them?And what about when the facts aren ’t really facts?Fake news is doing more than influencing elections and making your in-laws post troubling memes on their timelines. It ’s puttin...
Source: IntraHealth International - April 25, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: mnathe Source Type: news

New Study Suggests Vasectomy Could Help Kenya Achieve Its Family Planning Goals
April 25, 2018Results from a 2018 qualitative study in Kenya suggest that scaling up vasectomy services could help the country build on decades of family planning progress and help achieve itsfamily planning goals, including increasing its modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) to 66% by the year 2030.IntraHealth International conducted the study with 19 vasectomy clients, seven vasectomy providers, and eight county health officials to learn more about why —despite significant increases in the use of other modern forms of contraception—a negligible number of women (0.0% in thelast national demographic and ...
Source: IntraHealth International - April 25, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: mnathe Source Type: news

To Truly Manage Malaria in Uganda, Diagnosis Matters
April 24, 2018Treatment without a proper diagnosis can undermine malaria care. Now Uganda is working to eliminate this practice.Susan Adongo, a 26-year-old stay-at-home mum, has not been feeling well for the past few days.As she runs her daily errands, she feels a slight backache, fatigue, and headache. Today she has traveled over three kilometers to Kyere Health III to see a health worker about what is afflicting her.“I know for sure this is malaria,” Susan says. “The village health team has always mentioned to us the symptoms of malaria during the health talk sessions and this is exactly what I am exper...
Source: IntraHealth International - April 24, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: mnathe Source Type: news

Tanzania Could See Big Returns on Family Planning Investments
April 23, 2018Let ’s not let another second, day, or year go by where we fail to address the demand for family planning in Tanzania.Providing contraception and reproductive health services to those who want them globally would cost $3.6 billion per year. But, according to 60 teams of economists and representatives from the United Nations, NGOs and private sector businesses,that investment would generate annual benefits around $432 billion.  That ’s a $120 return per dollar spent.  In fact, these teams ranked access to contraceptives as the second highest on a list of scenarios that could generate the ...
Source: IntraHealth International - April 20, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: intrahealth Source Type: news

Picture It: IntraHealth Tumblr Post Health Heroes + Social Good Summit
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Why Is that Guy Tap Dancing? And Other Frequently Asked Questions about the Arts at SwitchPoint
April 19, 2018Most of the 350+ people who come to this North Carolina conference aren ’t artists. That’s the point.It ’s one of the things that puzzles people most aboutSwitchPoint.I mean, this is a conference about global health, technology, and humanitarian innovation, right? So what ’s the deal with that guy reciting poetry? Or those modern dancers? Or the live music peppered throughout a program that’s otherwise packed with entrepreneurs and inventors and experts?Here ’s the answer.Why the arts at SwitchPointWe talk a lot in global health and academia about “breaking down silos...
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Teen Clubs in Namibia Are Shaping a New Future for Kids with HIV
April 16, 2018For some kids, adolescence began with a diagnosis. These health workers are helping them navigate all that comes with it.In remote northern Namibia, more than 30 teenagers have gathered at the Andara District Hospital. They ’re playing games, socializing, and just being kids.They ’re also sharing their experiences around antiretroviral medications, self-esteem, mental health, teenage pregnancies and abuse, high viral loads, and other issues many HIV-positive teens have on their minds.There are an estimated 17,000 young people living with HIV in Namibia, including hundreds in Andara district in the...
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Picture It: HIV Epidemic Control in Action
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A Traditionally Circumcising Society in Tanzania Welcomes the HIV Prevention Benefits of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision
April 12, 2018Since 2011, IntraHealth International has reached more than 960,000 boys and men in Tanzania with VMMC.  “A circumcised male is expected to be very brave and not display any sign of fear,” says Moses Matiko. “During traditional circumcision, he is expected to stay still and not show he is experiencing pain. There are selected community members who watch to see that he observes the rules.”Moses grew up in Tarime District in Mara, a region in northeast Tanzania, and is part of the Kurya society. For Kurya clans, traditional circumcision like Moses describes —usually with no pa...
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IntraHealth International ’s SwitchPoint Conference to Spotlight New and Creative Advances in Social Good
Roya Mahboob presents at SwitchPoint 2017. Photo by Ted Richardson for IntraHealth International.April 12, 2018 Chapel Hill, NCOn April 26-27, experts and pioneers from humanitarian efforts around the world will come together in Saxapahaw, NC, for IntraHealth International ’s 7th annualSwitchPoint conference.SwitchPoint brings together hundreds of leaders in global health, humanitarian response, technology, media, and more to report on advances in social good across disciplines and to seed ideas and partnerships for future collaborations. The event will feature more than 30 stage talks by speakers from IBM, Faceboo...
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Picture It: Now, A Book for Every Student
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New Digital Libraries Improve Learning at Uganda ’s Health Training Institutions
Pharmacy students in Uganda. Photo by Tommy Trenchard for IntraHealth International.April 06, 2018Thousands of students  now have 24/7 digital access to academic materials thanks to two new digital libraries.Until now, thousands of Uganda ’s medical, nursing, health management, and allied health students had to share a small, cramped library with too few resources for the growing number of students. Many students were simply unable to check out the reference and academic materials needed to study effectively for their coursework an d exams.Through its USAID-fundedStrengthening Human Resources for Health Activity...
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Community Liaisons are Resourceful and Persistent
April 06, 2018This week, we ’re featuring stories from frontline health workers all over the world. It’s just one of the ways we’re celebrating World Health Worker Week 2018. Imagine having to travel for hours to a faraway health facility to get regular, critical care —even though there’s a similar facility just down the road from your home.This is what Luis*, 49, struggles with in Western Guatemala. He wants to get the HIV care he needs, earn a living, and maintain his privacy all at the same time —but it’s difficult.“In [the closest] HIV clinic, there is a cleanin...
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Picture It: This Nurse is Helping Prevent HIV
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A Community Health Worker's Dispatch from Arizona
April 05, 2018She was starving. She couldn ’t help but eat the tomato.This week, we ’re featuring personal stories from frontline health workers all over the world. It’s just one of the ways we’re celebratingWorld Health Worker Week 2018.Here they tell us about the clients who ’ve moved them, the moments that keep them coming to work each day, and what it’sreally like to provide health services on the front lines.Today ’s post featuresMaria Valenzuela, a community health worker who serves some of the most vulnerable communities in Phoenix, Arizona, in the United States through...
Source: IntraHealth International - April 4, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: mnathe Source Type: news

One Health Worker ’s Journey from the Poverty Line to the Front Lines of Care in Rural India
April 04, 2018This week, we ’re featuring stories from frontline health workers all over the world. It’s just one of the ways we’re celebratingWorld Health Worker Week 2018.There ’s nothing typical about Kusumlata Bisht. At 40 years old, she is a frontline health worker who has beaten overwhelming odds to find success.Kusumlata became an accredited social health activist (or ASHA) in 2007. These frontline health workers reach rural communities —and mostly pregnant women, mothers, and children—with preventive health services and information on nutrition, diet, and vaccinations. They are a...
Source: IntraHealth International - April 3, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: intrahealth Source Type: news

A Registered Nurse ’s Dispatch from Uganda
April 03, 2018In honor of World Health Worker Week 2018, health workers from around the world are telling us what it's really like on the front lines.This week, we ’re featuring personal stories from frontline health workers all over the world. It’s just one of the ways we’re celebratingWorld Health Worker Week 2018.Today ’s post featuresSamalie Kitoleko, a registered nurse who ’s using her story to advocate for policy changes that help the people in her community and in others like it.A registered nurse in UgandaOne day I went to a community to look for a young girl who was nine years —...
Source: IntraHealth International - April 2, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: intrahealth Source Type: news

A Physician ’s Dispatch from KwaZulu-Natal
April 02, 2018In honor of World Health Worker Week 2018, health workers from around the world are telling us what it's really like on the front lines.What ’s itreally like providing health services on the front lines?This week, frontline health workers from around the world are answering that question onVITAL, in honor ofWorld Health Worker Week 2018.It ’s grueling, they say. Sometimes exciting. Gratifying. Heartbreaking.Here they ’ll tell us more about the clients who’ve moved them, and the unseen triumphs and tragedies that keep them coming to work each day.Our first story is fromSanele Madela, a ...
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Picture It: Tech4Good & TLD at SwitchPoint
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Picture It: It ’s Vaccination Day!
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She Feared TB Would Destroy Her, But This Karamojan Woman Is Fighting Back —for Herself and Her Community
March 22, 2018It all started with a conversation.At 34, Anyese thought her life was over. She was suffering from a continuous cough that had lasted for more than a month, and she was worried she might have tuberculosis (TB).Anyese ’s home is in Lorikokwa village in Moroto District, Uganda, one of many villages in the remote region of Karamoja. The region lags behind the rest of the nation in health service coverage, health-seeking behaviors, and other human development measures.The burden of TB in Karamoja is high relative to other parts of the country. Some districts in the region —such as Kotido, Moroto, and ...
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16,000+ Survivors of Gender-Based Violence Finally Receiving Services in Rural Tanzania
March 20, 2018In Tanzania, more than 16,000 people who have experienced violence —mostly women and children—have now received clinical services and any referrals they need for legal and social services, thanks to a collaboration amongIntraHealth International, PSI, and Restless Development. This effort is part of the Department for International Development (DFID)-funded Family Planning Outreach Programme, which provides much-needed sexual and reproductive health services to rural women.Gender-based violence isprolific in Tanzania—40% of women ages 15-49 experience physical violence at some point, and alm...
Source: IntraHealth International - March 20, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: intrahealth Source Type: news

Ready for the WhatsApp Revolution in Health Care Communications?
March 20, 2018Twenty percent of the world's population is using it already. Time for us to catch up.Facebook announced in January that WhatsApp has more than 1.5 billion monthly active users —20% of the world’s population!—who send more than 60 billion messages every day.Of course, quickly messaging people via computing technology is not new. However, this communications medium could revolutionize the way we communicate with health workers and their clients.To give you a sense of WhatsApp ’s reach and potential for improving global health:In India and Brazil, 80% of small businesses are already usin...
Source: IntraHealth International - March 19, 2018 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: mnathe Source Type: news

How Senegal Rapidly Introduced Sayana Press into Its Family Planning Method Mix
March 19, 2018Commitment and collaboration pave the way for the successful introduction of a new contraceptive.In Senegal, the modern contraceptive prevalence rate (mCPR) doubled within a decade, rising from  10% in 2005 to 21.2% in 2015. This increase has placed Senegal at the forefront of the international family planning movement.The country has adopted a vision for family planning based on what ’s knowns as the three Ds—democratization, decentralization, and demedicalization—and has set a very ambitious goal to reach 45% mCPR by 2020.One of the guiding principles of Senegal ’s Min...
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Picture It: It ’s Time for Nursing Now!
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Failing Forward: Innovative Approaches to Improve Reproductive Health in Senegal
March 14, 2018We found what works for real people. But that's  not where we started.In any given field, the top 10% of performers  produce more than 50% of the big breakthroughs. What is the key to these superstars’ success?Fortunately for most of us, the answer is not raw talent or even expertise. The truth is, these top performers produce as many bad ideas as everyone else —but, crucially, they learn from their failures and continue to innovate. Iteration has been shown to improve performance across a range of fields.You ’ll hear this right from the source, too—Jeff Bezos,...
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Picture It: Innocent Ibrahim: Future Planner
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Uganda Takes Major Steps to Professionalize Community Health Workforce
Kim, a village health team (VHT) worker, returns to the health center where her team is based after a busy day in parishes surrounding Moroto, Uganda. Photo by Tommy Trenchard for IntraHealth International.March 13, 2018Until now, many of Uganda ’s180,000 community health workers have gone unaccounted for in the formal health system. Who are they? What services are they providing, and who trained them? The Uganda Ministry of Health is using a new registry —developed usingIntraHealth International ’s open sourceiHRIS software—to find out.The registry tracks critical personnel data that answer these q...
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Picture It: Women on the Rise in Global Health
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Picture It: A Different Way to Celebrate #IWD2018
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New Series: Women on the Rise in Global Health
March 08, 2018This International Women's Day, we're launching a new series that explores why there aren ’t more women at the top in global health—yet.Every day I get to work side-by-side with smart, creative, tenacious people.IntraHealth International is full them. And, like at a lot of global health organizations, most of them are women.Women make up75% of the health workforce in many countries, but hold only 25% of leadership roles. And while up to 84% of global health students are women, they holdonly 24% of global health faculty positions and a quarter of directorships in global health centers.So we ’...
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