Youth voices in resource-constrained environments suggest that understanding socio-economic context is an important factor in encouraging innovation.
We can drive more capital to community-driven solutions that deliver results, but first we need a change in mindset—one that focuses on outcomes—using data and partnerships.
We need a more systemic and accessible way for underserved individuals to share their beliefs, insights, and experiences directly with policymakers, nonprofits, and their own communities.
The private sector has an important role to play in ending the HIV/AIDS epidemic and improving health systems as a whole.
Corporate philanthropy can play a powerful role in addressing pervasive public health problems—a look at three effective practices from the Merck Childhood Asthma Network.
For one leading health funder, program-related investments promise to help underserved populations.
Efforts to bring promising health care interventions to resource-constrained regions of the world often falter because entrepreneurs underestimate the array of obstacles that loom in their path.
With a sustainable program structure, skilled advocacy, and targeted technical assistance, Evidence Action helped pull off the world’s largest one-day deworming event.
By predicting vulnerability, biological science can help families, communities, clinicians, and policymakers develop more effective responses to a troubling health challenge.