Early on Monday morning, the 30-year-old nurse in charge of the health and wellness center in Awang Wabagai scans the facility, checking to be sure everything is clean and ready for the clients who will soon arrive. “I never expected myself to be a team leader of community health workers at a health center,” Maibam
An auxiliary nurse-midwife convinces a couple twice her age to quit a lifelong tobacco habit.
Murki doesn’t make itself, and money doesn’t grow on trees—it takes resourceful entrepreneurs in Reena and Kunna to make their business work. And it takes them something else too: family planning.