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Jhpiego 19h
More people than ever before are accessing , but 5 BILLION lacking access is a big number! To ensure everyone, everywhere has the access they deserve, more partnership & more investment is needed!
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The G4 Alliance Sep 12
is an essential part of the & agendas - & at , we're advocating for for the 5 billion neglected surgical patients worldwide! Whether you're advocating on the ground or online, join our Advocacy Webinar tomorrow:
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Noor Medical Sep 17
The Noor Medical team would like to thank the for their support on our path to the . Special thanks to everyone who supported and supports on our mission for .
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Catie Joy Sep 17
I promote surgical safety
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GE Foundation Sep 18
With little or no access to healthcare in rural Nigeria, most women's deliveries go unassisted - making it one of the most dangerous places in the world to give birth. We must continue to champion to improve healthcare for women and children around the world.
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Bella Jay Sep 13
I wonder what the figures will look like in . 🤔 By 2030, 2.28 million additional surgeons, anaesthesiologists & obstetricians are needed to provide and care for everyone.
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PIPSQC 16h
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Laila Berning Sep 17
I am very proud of my team! Thanks a lot for our combined effort to achieve our vision of improving humanity‘s access to equitable healthcare through providing
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Humanity Direct 23h
This is Ben & his mum shortly after Ben's surgery to remove a large & uncomfortable hernia. Huge thanks to the two amazing donors who helped us cover every aspect of his surgery from transport to medical supplies used.
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Claire Kilpatrick 23h
Anesthesiology Professionals Worldwide - participate in a survey on practice variation in O2 use during mechanical ventilation in the OR. The survey is anonymous and takes <5min
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Tausi Suedi, MPH 24h
Tuesday morning panel session on in was productive-informative. Scalable evidence-based solutions were shared to strengthen of basic & emergency health services, , .
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CirugíaParaElPueblo Sep 18
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Saji Zagha Sep 17
It was an absolute pleasure to present our work at the UN!
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CirugíaParaElPueblo Sep 17
Cholecystectomy is a common surgery with a low rate of complications. In the Siuna hospital, this procedure is performed through a minimally invasive surgery called "Laparoscopy".
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Francis Tegete Sep 16
When you are a doctor you know everyday you will touch a life or life will touch yours!!
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Shobhana Nagraj Sep 16
Thank you for the opportunity to speak at this conference . Now let’s act on the inspiration together!
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Louise Sep 15
This sums up why I am so proud to volunteer for (& ) I see it as a complete privilege to volunteer. To see hope in desperation & to know that I can be the difference. A small part, but a part nonetheless
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The G4 Alliance Sep 14
We're thrilled to welcome 2017 to our advocacy event on Sept. 20th. Miss Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, women's rights advocate & ambassador for & children born w/ , will speak on the power of .
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