As Delta Variant Rages in Southeast Asia, Health Workers Warned Not to Speak Out
By Alifah Zainuddin
The pandemic has highlighted deep-rooted problems in health service. Medical workers voicing out their concerns have put governments on the defensive.
Filipino Health Workers Protest Overseas Work Restrictions
By Nick Aspinwall
A nurses’ group has called for the government to lift a deployment ban imposed in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pakistan Struggles to Fight COVID-19
By Rabiya Jaffery
Doctors are concerned about Pakistan’s healthcare capacity as COVID-19 cases increase.
The Trouble With Cambodia’s Health System
By David Hutt
The poor state of the country’s healthcare system remains a major issue.
Asia’s Coming Genomics Revolution
By Will Greene
From China to Japan and Singapore, Asian countries are investing in the genomics revolution.
The Edhi Phenomenon and the Modern World
By Hamzah Rifaat Hussain
Abdul Sattar Edhi's legacy should be a lesson to Pakistan and the world.
The Curious Case of North Korea’s Overseas Doctors
By Poppy McPherson
The hermit kingdom’s medical professionals work in places like Cambodia and Nigeria.
Korea, Kazakhstan Deepen Cooperation
By Catherine Putz
South Korea’s broad-based engagement with Central Asia’s largest economy continues with two recent deals.
A Rare Opportunity for Pacific Islands Health Care
By Eileen Natuzzi
With a little support, Cuban-educated doctors could change the face of health care in Solomon Islands and elsewhere.