Countess Albina du Boisrouvray is the founder of FXB International, a nonprofit that takes a human rights approach to ending extreme poverty.
Commentary: Rubber tappers in Liberia are helping with prevention and detection, representing an effective new approach.
The issue could be losing out to other global health concerns, but advocates insist it should be a top priority.
Mobilizing for education, sanitation, local engagement can help halt spread of disease.
How Roosevelt led US out of Depression is a model for countries confronting Ebola.
MAMA, a public-private partnership led by Johnson & Johnson and USAID, aims to inform pregnant women and new mothers via text messages. Despite its good intentions, the program is still proving itself.
A successful Coca-Cola partnership in Tanzania to better distribute medicine across the country shows that not all public-private partnerships have to be self-serving.
Is a $100 million partnership between Coke and the International Finance Corporation empowering women - or just helping to sell Coke?
Coca-Cola is partnering with governments, NGOs, and other companies to improve access to water, occupying a gray area where genuine charity meets corporate profit.
With approximately 500,000 underground abortions each year, Argentina's government and the Catholic Church have created a moral paradox of immense proportions.
Commentary: Converting human waste into fertilizer would be a low cost source to boost farming.