A strike by Kenyan nurses points to the country's failure to manage the devolution of responsibility for health care from national to county governments.
Without leading edge innovations and coordination, Canadians will die from the epidemic of antibiotic resistant infections.
The power to overcoming Ebola was in public awareness by performing simple yet basic infection prevention and control measures like washing hands, isolation and reporting suspected cases.
Kenya's doctors embarked on a strike for a 100 days to push the government to implement a collective bargaining agreement signed in June 2013.
Cholera is estimated to infect between 3 to 5 million people globally, every year.
The striking doctors in Kenya have vowed not to resume work until the government meets their demands.
Even after 26 children and teachers were killed four years ago today at Sandy Hook, more mass shootings by disturbed white men and boys have occurred. Ignoring this crisis has severe consequences.
Cataract blindness continues to affects tens of millions of people because they cannot access proper care.
Despite ongoing efforts, achieving gender equality struggles because it is ignored or compartmentalised rather than interwoven throughout.