Today is World Malaria Day. Malaria is preventable and curable, yet it is still one of the most deadly diseases in developing countries. Despite extraordinary progress in the fight against […]
Each day, 1,500 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with heart failure. And yet, despite decades of medical advancements, assessing cardiac function rema ...
There are lots of reasons we love our hometown of Austin, Texas. The BBQ, the tacos, the natural pools and miles of trails… and the annual tradition ...
While working in rural northern Thailand in 2013, Erin Zaikis met children who didn’t know what soap was, so she brought them some, trying to conduct an impromptu hand-washing workshop. [...]
Kenya will be the first country to benefit from a new scheme that will deliver affordable medication to treat a range of diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, respiratory illnesses, and [...]
This week we’ll be running a series of leadership perspectives on the theme of ‘creating business value and development impact in the WASH sector’ in collaboration with Business Fights Poverty. [...]
Moms and Dads deserve our thanks every day, but at least we have Mother’s Day and Father’s Day to remind us how valuable those relationships have been to us. Though [...]
Currently, in all corners of the world, shortages of water and sanitation persist. As a result, countries have started to secure clean and safe water resources to protect their citizens [...]
These are stark, grim figures from the U.S government: an estimated 1,770 children were killed as a result of maltreatment in 2009, while a 2011 congressional report concluded the real [...]