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António Guterres Sep 20
The UN now has the highest number of peacekeeping missions led by women in its history. Even if we have a long way to go, women leaders are driving change in extremely challenging places.
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GEH UCSD Sep 21
Please join us for the latest GEH Brown Bag Seminar on Tuesday, 9/25 at 12 PM at Skaggs Pharmaceutical Sciences Building room 1186. We look forward to hearing about ARCHES from our very own !
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GEH UCSD Sep 17
Equality starts with cultural change. Women are striving on all fronts to remove archaic ideals and standards with the goal of creating a more equal future. The latest example has erupted from professional tennis.
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GEH UCSD Sep 15
2 of every 5 women who commit suicide globally are Indian-the staggering rates of female suicide in India are a public health crisis
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GEH UCSD Sep 14
Empowered Women Change the World! Women's Empowerment International is hosting a benefit celebration at the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego on Sunday, September 30 @ 6 PM featuring
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GEH UCSD Sep 13
Annual monsoon floods in Bangladesh are not going to stop children in rural areas from getting their education!
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GEH UCSD Sep 12
Does a patient's income level influence how they are screened for domestic violence in primary care settings? Some of our researches found that it does - check it out
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GEH UCSD Sep 11
Save the date for GEH's annual celebration of International Day of the Girl Child! Our event will be held from 3-5 PM on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at the Great Hall at I-House!
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GEH UCSD Sep 10
Doctoral student, Brittnie Bloom, and the Panel on Campus Sexual Assault: Expanding Partnerships at the Institute on Violence, Abuse, and Trauma's San Diego Summit 2018!
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GEH UCSD Sep 5
Poetry and its lack of conformity serving as an escape from the regular reality of day-to-day and reprieve from the crushing weight of expectations placed upon women. sheds light on a possible outlet for women to share their thoughts.
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GEH UCSD Aug 31
Early marriage threatens the health and well being of girls around the world. See what some of GEH's finest have found about involving communities in effective early marriage prevention efforts
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GEH UCSD Aug 28
Dr Ladhusingh of discussing sampling and representation in NFHS India to a multidisciplinary group of faculty and students at GEH
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GEH UCSD Aug 22
Girls are often at higher risk in emergencies as families can use them to secure supplies in the climate of pressure surrounding available support.
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GEH UCSD Aug 21
data has informed the creation of new measurements that can be used cross nationally in East Africa to better understand women’s empowerment
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GEH UCSD Aug 21
Without the growth of gender-based violence data was spear-headed by Henriette Jansen, global health would not be where it is today. The sensitivity of these subjects requires immense planning and finesse.
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GEH UCSD Aug 20
Could radio health messages be useful in other parts of the world? Media might be a valuable point of entry for helpful information.
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GEH UCSD Aug 18
India's health care aims will increase access to healthcare for the majority of the population. Improving quality of care and availability will bring growth to previously disadvantaged regions.
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GEH UCSD Aug 17
As elections approach in Brazil, campaigns are working to empower women and increase participation at the polls!
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GEH UCSD Aug 16
Girls have worlds of untapped potential. Creating safe places for these girls to foster their education they would be barred from otherwise.
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GEH UCSD Aug 15
California is making strides as infant mortality rates lower. We are proud to see programs allocating precious resources and keeping mothers involved to keep these babies alive.
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