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Health Law Institute, Geneva 19h
from - Reflections of a young Dr. on the current violence against doctors in Bengal, India. Mob justice and flaunting the rule of law does not only compromise the health system but denies fundamental human rights
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Kupona Foundation 17h
Last fall, the MHCB team realized that staff turnover meant many in our partner sites hadn’t been trained in basic emergency care for mothers & – key for preventing maternal & newborn deaths at birth. (2/3)
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Soosmita, Rph* Esq** 16h
Looking forward to see the impact of the new ILO convention on elimination of violence and harassment at work. We need safe and decent working conditions for
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Kupona Foundation 17h
Since then, the MHCB team has trained 100s of staff – just one example of how we’re equipping with the knowledge & skills to save the lives of mamas & babies in (3/3)
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Ilona Kickbusch Jun 22
Let’s apply in health care straight away
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Wilson Ogot Jun 21
Health workers on the spot over school girls abortions
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Jun 16
Such a privilege to be with brave at the treatment centre in Katwa, 🇨🇩. The treatment centre was attacked in February and the staff have persisted saving lives nonetheless. I also met with patients there who are fighting the disease.
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Friendship Jun 23
Friendship and Orbis International teamed up last week to train frontline on primary eye care in the camps.
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THET 21h
The countdown has begun…only 48 hours left to secure your ticket for London – a great networking event and learning opportunity for UK and . Book now:
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Liberianobserver.com Jun 23
Dr. Francis Nah Kateh, who gave the directive to suspend the accused, said the ministry took the decision so that the five can tell the ministry how the peanut butter intended for the patients got out of the ...
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Jhpiego Jun 23
Shanille was scared her life was ruined. But her helped provide the care & counseling she needed. Today, she’s an advocate, helping girls her age plan for their families & futures:
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WorldStage Jun 16
Health workers want additional 4,000 health personnels in Borno
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Jaclyn Karasik 13h
Replying to @amymaxmen
Hi Amy! Dr. Maurice and others from your work on would make great nominees for the - would you consider nominating them?
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Seed Global Health Jun 20
Thanks for hosting the biannual meeting. Looking forward to sharing and learning about ways we can help advance and advocate for .
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Working4Health Jun 21
. The elimination of violence, harassment and discrimination in all of its forms in the world of work is 🔑. We stand together with to keep all , facilities & the communities that they serve - protected, secure & safe.
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Soosmita, Rph* Esq** Jun 20
Pleasure meeting with to share common concerns of gaps in protecting rights esp in regards to their own health, safety and working conditions. I look forward to collaborating on these issues and offering support in upcoming initiatives.
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Seed Global Health Jun 19
More properly trained and supported frontline could save millions of women’s and children’s lives, enhance global security, and produce tremendous economic returns domestically and globally.
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Soosmita, Rph* Esq** Jun 20
Reinforcing the need for institutional change and highlighting the human cost inherent in poor structural health systems is very important. Priorities for sustainable health system is safe and decent working conditions for
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Women for Dementia Africa Jun 19
In addition the big bulk of informal are also women
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THET 22h
What a way to start the week! Thank you to everyone who is taking part in the challenge this week - your support means we can continue to support around the world
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