Last Mile Health has expanded healthcare access to the most remote regions of Liberia. Raj Panjabi, the nonprofit’s founder and winner of the 2017 TED Prize, looks back at how his team handled the Ebola outbreak — and how it can help them build a healthier future for their country and us all.

Architect Diébédo Francis Kéré designs with both people and sustainability in mind. Raised in Burkina Faso, though he’s now based in Berlin, his buildings have community at their heart.

Here’s how to encourage new medical innovation, says genetic researcher Geoffrey Siwo: Join forces with the people who need innovation the most, all over the world.

How can humans survive if the world gets drier? Here’s one scientist’s answer … so-called “resurrection” crops.

Catharine Young describes a visit to Liberia, where Ebola may be contained but the public health story has only just begun.

David Moinina Sengeh argues that the 70% of the sub-Saharan African population who don’t have electricity shouldn’t have to put up with inferior solutions, and explains why he’s bullish about the microgrid.

The founder of Zimbabwe’s first graphic design college shares some teaching resources he loves.