Stories

Engaging heads, hands, and hearts…

Hal Aronson, co-founder of We Care Solar and We Share Solar, is transitioning to Senior Advisor. We recently spoke with Hal about the early days of We Care Solar and why he is drawn to solar education for youth. For

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Filling the Void

By Lindsay Maida, of The James and Sharon Maida Foundation Often when we consider global health and health care delivery, the patient is commonly thought of as being the sole recipient. Improved patient outcomes, reduced mortality rates, early detection and

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Midwifery Made Easier

Imagine delivering a baby without light. Rosette Uwayezu, the 23-year-old midwife in charge of maternity services at Green Valley Health Center II, knows what its like to deliver babies in near darkness. Her facility is located in Rubanda District in

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On the Path to Power

“I am not sure I’m a powerful woman, at least not yet. But I guess since the work I am doing is saving the lives of mothers and babies and also empowering health workers to do their jobs better, even

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The Power of Partnership: Trees, Water & People

By James Calabaza, National Program Coordinator Trees, Water & People Photos by José Chalit   In 2017, Trees, Water & People (TWP) had the privilege of partnering with We Share Solar to design and implement hands-on workshops that enlighten the

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The Power of Partnership: Pathfinder International Ethiopia

By Fisseha Moges, National Programs Management Support Advisor Pathfinder International    At Pathfinder, we believe that collaboration and partnership in health are central to strengthening the healthcare delivery systems and enhancing the capacity of healthcare providers and leaders and is

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The Path Not Taken

  By Hal Aronson As the Santa Cruz fires close in on my family’s home in Bonny Doon, the house that I built in the 1980s, a home powered solely by solar electricity since 1983, I grieve for the path

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SOS -A Call for Help

“Please consider this communication as an SOS call from Liberia.” Bentoe Tehoungue, Director of Family Health at the Liberian Ministry of Health, sent out an email calling for help in facing the pandemic. But her primary request this week wasn’t

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