How does increased funding from international donors affect the health workforce in developing countries? This paper by Kenneth Sherr, Antonio Mussa, Baltazar Chilundo, Sarah Gimbel, James Pfeiffer, Amy Hagopian, and Stephen Gloyd describes how increases in health sector funding through global health initiatives in Mozambique may contribute to … Continued
Using Bolivia as a case study, this paper (by Lindsay P Galway, Kitty K Corbett and Leilei Zeng published in Globalization and Health), explores the influence of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) in the landscape of global health and development and identifies local factors … Continued
Moving Mountains Trust is an independent non-profit working with local stakeholders in Kenya, Nepal and Borneo on sustainable solutions to social, economic and environmental problems.
Based in Kansas City, MO, USA, water.org is driving the water sector for new solutions, new financing models, greater transparency, and real partnerships to create lasting change. Their vision is: Safe water and the dignity of a toilet for all, in … Continued
Humanic Relief is based in Austria and is committed to help people in need, especially children. Their mission is to make their suffering more bearable, assist them in particularly difficult times, to mitigate the horrors of war and poverty, and to give hope. … Continued