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Amref Health Africa Aug 16
Replying to @Amref_Worldwide
We're the UK office of , Africa's leading health NGO. We work in partnership with women and girls in more than 30 countries to secure the and break the cycle of poverty. (Pictured: school health club members from Handeni, Tanzania.)
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Jon Shaffer 14h
Just back from a beautiful Engage Boston chapter meeting. New leadership, a fresh campaign, nearly 30 local leaders ready to advance the the movement. My heart is full. It’s more clear than ever that it’s up to US to cultivate spaces of hope, love and action.
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EmmaDaly Aug 19
Another reminder of how shameful it is that the richest country in the world refuses to provide healthcare for all its people. The ‘follow-up appointment’ - great reporting by
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just as 8h
9 out of 10 WA kids in detention found to have a neurological conditions. Atrocious.
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Shelley Gray Aug 16
Replying to @cathdenholm
😊 I loved being part of the work and I’m so glad it’s continued to grow and develop. Lots of luck with the award and hopefully get the chance to catch up at some point!
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CathD Aug 13
Replying to @ShellMG
thanks Shelley - so much of what happened next started with you, me and a wee action group!
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BONELA Aug 16
attended wellness day at the parliament premises where information was shared on health issues, advocating for the right to health and promoting healthy living in Botswana.
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Swathi SB Aug 15
People's charter for health from PHM. I endorse this with all my heart and soul. Do read the entire charter!
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CathD Aug 13
Replying to @KavitaMcRorie
thanks Kavita - that’s very kind
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Dr Alexandra Phelan Aug 16
A really important and interesting thread on this week's Human Rights Committee decision in Portillo Cáceres v Paraguay.
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O'Neill Institute Aug 13
Undocumented have same as all other people. Let's make it real. proposes an international solidarity fund to incentivize non-discriminatory health care to undocumented -- and all other -- immigrants.
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CathD Aug 12
Replying to @samcchange
thank you Sam - that’s very kind coming from someone from whom I have drawn inspiration!
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CathD Aug 12
Honoured and grateful to be recognised as a alongside many other awesome professional women in this year’s for my contribution to 😃 Thank you to those who nominated - looking forward to the ⭐️
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TV HIEC Chair Aug 15
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Right Livelihood Foundation Aug 19
Founded by a woman 👩🏼‍⚕️ and led by many more, helps secure the in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territory, through providing humanitarian aid ⚕️ and advocating for policy change ✊🏼 ➡️
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SASOD Guyana Aug 15
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UNAIDS Eastern & Southern Africa Aug 11
Education remains one of the key tools to empower young people & promote their . This we call on decision-makers to transform education so that it is accessible to all young people, & for a meaningful socio-economic participation.
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GDPCenter Aug 15
Replying to @jonshaffer
.: There are large challenges to advancing , the , and integrated services in Sierra Leone. But, there are also intense efforts to help rebuild health systems. And, there is a lot of hope.
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CRIN - Child Rights International Network Aug 15
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Benjamin Mason Meier Aug 13
Grateful that the Indiana Health Law Review is developing a special issue to honor Eleanor Kinney's legacy (), I look forward to joining in reflecting on "Eleanor Kinney's Seminal Contributions to Advancing the "
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