Disease Treatment & Prevention

Nepal’s Critical Drug Shortage: HIV Meds Shouldn’t Be This Hard To Get

Photo: Shanti Tamang Lama

At the age of 13, Shanti Tamang Lama, a young woman from central Nepal, was drugged and imprisoned in a brothel in […]

CGI Commitment: Ebola Survivor Services, Sierra Leone

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Even before the Ebola outbreak began in 2014, Sierra Leone’s health care system was fragmented, underfunded, and thinly staffed. With Ebola, it […]

How Japan Relief Efforts Four Years Ago are Helping Fight Ebola Today

Last Mile Health Medical Director John Ly shows community health workers on the frontlines of Ebola in Liberia how to use the surgical gown sets from Japan.

Four years ago, the magnitude 9.0 Tohoku Earthquake and subsequent tsunami and nuclear disaster battered northern Japan on March 11, killing more […]

From the Field: Providing Care in Liberia’s Most Remote Villages

Theo on his steed (motorbike)

A team from Direct Relief is traveling through West Africa to better understand the needs of health care partners and formulate long-term […]