July 26th, 2017

The Urgent Need to Break Nigeria’s Menstruation Taboo

Nerfiti’s story (age 37) “I grew up in Nigeria until I was 17.  What I do remember is getting embarrassed when my mum told everyone that I got my period. We were in the Yoruba tribe. There are three major tribes in Nigeria: Yoruba, Ibo, and Hausa....

August 22nd, 2016

World Humanitarian Day: One Humanity in Burma I

Who’s beyond ‘One Humanity’? As we celebrate ‘One Humanity’ on World Humanitarian Day we want to introduce the work of our great partners to show their amazing work and how they live the spirit of ‘One Humanity’ day by day....

August 22nd, 2016

World Humanitarian Day: One Humanity in Burma II

Who’s beyond ‘One Humanity’? As we celebrate ‘One Humanity’ on World Humanitarian Day we want to introduce the work of our great partners to show their amazing work and how they live the spirit of ‘One Humanity’ day by day....

March 12th, 2016

Healthcare as a human right: maternal death in rural India.

 As part of our Mother’s Day and International Women’s Day Campaign blog series, Satya Tan writes on healthcare as a human right for mothers in rural India....

March 9th, 2016

Female Genital Mutilation and Maternal Mortality Rates in Sudan

As part of our Mother’s Day and International Women’s Day blog series, HART Ambassador, Katie Morris, writes on Female Genital Mutilation and Maternal Mortality Rates in Sudan....

March 8th, 2016

5 exciting social innovations for the future of women’s health in developing countries

 As part of our Mother’s Day and International Women’s Day Campaign blog series, Satya Tan writes on social innovations from around the world which are improving women’s health in developing countries....

March 4th, 2016

Happy Mother’s Day 2016!

This week, to celebrate Mother’s Day and International Women’s Day, we will be raising awareness about maternal health and gender equality in the countries where HART works. Access to maternal healthcare is a vital human right for women globally – no woman should have to risk their life to have a child....

January 28th, 2016

India’s inequality in healthcare: the caste divide

  The last couple of weeks have seen an increase in media awareness of the discrimination faced by Dalits, the people below the lowest caste, in India. The suicide of Dalit student, Rohith Chakravarti Vemula, on Sunday 17th January 2016 has sparked protests and campaigns on the treatment of Dalits across India and particularly in Hyderabad, the city where Rohith studied and was expelled from student housing along with four other Dalit students....

March 3rd, 2015

Rape as a Weapon of War | HART International Women’s Day Blog Series

This is the fourth article in HART’s blog series for International Women’s Day 2015. Yesterday, Alice Robinson provided an introduction to sexual violence in conflict, this blog will explore the issue in more depth. Read the whole series here...

February 19th, 2015

New Report: Eastern Burma Health Recovery Decades Away

Press Release by the Health Information System Working Group
A new report, based on the first large-scale health survey in eastern Burma since recent ceasefires, shows some improved health indicators, linked to programming of local ethnic health providers, but highligh
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