Rachel Deussom does a beautiful job of addressing the many parts that need to come together to best support current and future health workers. It is indeed a multidisciplinary issue and an important one. Health workers are vital to creating a healthier community that not only cures illness, but also prevents it on a daily basis. Trained health workers as first responders are also invaluable. We've seen this at Nuru International in something as common as stopping a cholera outbreak in Kenya. The question is regarding the sustainability of both the current and future work force. In addition to Rachel's questions, we need to ask how to measure the value of health workers in lives saved, illness averted, and behaviors changed? That data could be used as a tool to raise support for them in national and international policy forums, with funding organizations, with health educators, and in their own communities.