World Health Day… our Nurses and Midwives on the front line
This World Health Day, we didn’t want to just celebrate our Community Nurses & Midwives, we wanted everyone to hear what they need to combat COVID-19 and existing epidemics.
Jazzie, Raissa and Mayflor are just some of the nurses and midwives doing fantastic work on the front line in lower income communities. Through the day, we shared videos from them, highlighting the work they do and the support they really need in practice – not just policy statements.
It’s more important than ever we listen and act on what they say… you can watch the videos here…
What solutions are most needed to combat COVID-19?
What solutions are needed to tackle existing epidemics?
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Much fanfare about the acceleration of digital health services during the pandemic, but most don’t work for billions living in low-connectivity regions. We need to also accelerate digital health services that work for everyone on the planet!
Current Covid19 vaccine rollouts aren’t working quickly or efficiently enough in many regions we’re focused on across low- and middle-income countries, but through more effective use of digital systems, community health workers and data we can address this…