Tag Archives: international

Global surgery: moving from the neglected stepchild to central aspect of global health

Hans Rosling rightly spread the message that the world is rapidly improving. The Millennium Development Goals successfully highlighted fundamental health problems and resulted in increased access to basic healthcare in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) (1). But the recent global health discourse has missed out on conditions affecting billions (2). We call for an urgent paradigm shift and enlightenment of an overlooked ...

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Part 1 of 3. Literacy, the ABCs to reclaiming what is rightfully theirs.

Story by: Elin Doyle It was early in the morning when we took off. Winding along serpentine roads with rocky precipices running hundreds of meters down next to us made this road one of the roughest and bumpiest journeys I’ve ever travelled in my life. There were women in red, green, and yellow slowly carrying huge packs of leafy grass ...

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