Millions of lives have been saved since President George W. Bush established the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief in 2003—but what’s next?
The global health system isn't serving everyone. Nations prioritizing health security over humanitarian aid need to correct course.
With food insecurity soaring around the world, Oxfam International executive director Gabriela Bucher calls for structural reform.
The organization’s director-general lays out five key priorities for global health as the W.H.O. looks towards its next 75 years.
A UN report says it'll take 140 years for women to shatter the global health glass ceiling. We can't afford to wait that long.
Money, not health, is driving decision-making around the globe and hurting the Global South. It’s time for change.
In 2019, nearly 1.7 million people in India died from air pollution, but the smog outside is only part of the problem.
Wealthy nations are preparing for a future pandemic while ignoring an ancient scourge: TB, a lethal disease that infects 2 billion people worldwide.
The women's rights movement faces growing threats from rising authoritarianism around the world. These six women aren't backing down.
Since 2016, there have been more than 4,000 attacks on health care in conflicts around the world. The international community must hold perpetrators accountable.