News & Stories

  • Blog
    Myanmar Makes Major Progress Fighting Malaria
    14 September 2020
    Ten years ago, more than 3,800 people died from malaria in Myanmar every year. Today, that number has dropped to approximately 170.
  • Blog
    Eswatini Meets Global 95-95-95 HIV Target
    14 September 2020
    Eswatini, a tiny country of just over a million people in southern Africa, has one of the highest HIV prevalence rates in the world: 27% of adults live with the disease.
  • Blog
    An Urgent Plea from a South African Health Worker Fighting COVID-19 and TB
    21 August 2020
    In Cape Town, South Africa, Nombasa Krune-Dumile, a drug-resistant tuberculosis counselor who has dedicated her life to supporting tuberculosis (TB) patients, says COVID-19 has devastated health systems and upended normal operations of her work.
  • Feature Stories
    Guardians of a Continent
    29 July 2020
    Every time Evaline Owuor says goodbye to her children and goes to work, she takes a calculated risk. As a community health worker in Kenya’s Homa Bay County, she has helped her community dramatically reduce the number of people who die from malaria. ...
  • Blog
    Strengthening Data Systems to Save Lives
    21 July 2020
    Building resilient and sustainable systems for health has never been more critical. The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted supply chains globally and threatens to reverse the hard-won gains made in the fight against HIV, TB and malaria. In countries whe...