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Sarah Simons Nov 10
~1/3 all women have experienced sexual harassment as GBV. This is an estimate; women don’t report harassment when they don’t trust or understand reporting processes. Prioritising transparent and watertight reporting mechanisms, processes & consequences is paramount.
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Njeri Njoroge Nov 11
Global Health meets Art as explained by Dr Paul Animbom an experience he uses in a mental in Yaoundè-Cameroon . Thearapeutic utilisation of theatrical activities as instruments of change vis-a-vis
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First Lady of Rwanda Nov 9
First Lady Jeannette concludes her remarks urging participants at to be pragmatic, in the quest to create a more unbiased world; a world that future generations will fully thrive in, away from inequalities that have, for too long, been holding all of us back.
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Bethany Hedt-Gauthier, PhD Nov 9
Session on Family and Career Balance. From Vanessa Kerry "Work-life balance, what I often call the cycle of guilt and forgiveness." Ha! Yes!!
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Tinu Nov 10
Grateful to for accepting the abstract I submitted on behalf of myself and my colleagues, and sponsoring my attendance at . Honoured to meet so many phenomenal women working towards gender equity in health leadership!
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Anita Zaidi Nov 9
Promoting Women Leaders In Global Health is a huge priority for me and for the . So proud to support this impressive gathering in 🇷🇼to recognize and advocate for women working in health.
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Temie Giwa-Tubosun Nov 9
I am in a room with over 1,000 women all talking about global health and leadership! This is like the Davos of my heart! 💕
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Cloe Liparini Nov 9
So exciting to attend the hosted by in . Proud and grateful to have re-connected with our and hear updates on their and journeys. 🦁❤️🇷🇼
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RwandaHealth Nov 10
An inspiring discussion with Community Health Workers during the panel, Global Health at the Frontline, at “We work to protect the social well being of the population. We are proud to work closely with our communities representing the health sector”-CHW, Gasabo District
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Ingrid Katz Nov 12
Such an honor to participate in - grateful for the leadership and support from
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Dr. Zahra Zeinali Nov 10
Comment from delegate with hearing impairment at the sexual harassment session at saying that women with disabilities are more vulnerable to harassment and the differential rates of both because of the physical disability & also finding it more difficult to speak up.
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Kirstin Woody Scott Nov 10
The future of global health leadership is bright. Thank you for your inspiring and motivating words - hope we get to climb some mountains together someday!
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Imbuto Foundation Nov 9
This evening, at the Women Leaders in Global Health conference, Isabelle Kalisa, Health Coordinator at Imbuto Foundation participated in a panel session "Adolescent Health". Speakers were , Mforain Mouassie Soilihou, , Dr Anita Nudelman.
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Mumba c.k MD Nov 10
Heading back home after It was phenomenal to say the least. thank you for the invitation to be a panelist!!! Looking forward to next year!!!
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Dani Poole Nov 10
“It’s rare that women start conflict but they suffer the consequences.” -Dr. Josephine Odera
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Ambassador Peter Vrooman Nov 9
Post panel photo op with the distinguished panel at . . .
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Roopa Dhatt Nov 10
Thrilled- India 🇮🇳 will be the next host. in the pipeline See you there
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Vanessa Kerry Nov 9
Great quote from “we have get comfortable making people uncomfortable.” Followed by “if they don’t make space for you, bring your chair!” 👊
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Mirindi 🇷🇼 Nov 8
H. E : We need more women at the top. According to statistics of the World Health Organisation, female health workers make up 70% of the global health workforce, yet only 25% of women hold leadership positions.
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Mirindi 🇷🇼 Nov 9
H.E : To afford all human beings access to the quality health services and care they need, when they need them, is to afford them dignity and control over their own lives.
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