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University of Global Health Equity Nov 9
Mentorship is vital to building up the next generation of women leaders. Thank you to all the mentors and future leaders who joined us this morning for a fruitful discussion!
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Roopa Dhatt Nov 8
Strong opening | Women have emotional intelligence like no other, they are the change agents. The women are the tirless custodians of our health.
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Mehr Manzoor Nov 9
“You talk about gender mainstreaming but Disability is not mainstreamed in the gender! All day I was raising a hand and no one paid attention because you did not see me! It is because I could not see you!” Such powerful speech by one of the delegates at
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Isatou Jagne Nov 9
Such an honour to be at in rwanda. Thought provoking discussions by phenomenal women and male allies. The future of global health looks bright!
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Sonya Soni Nov 10
So moved by fellow alum & Afrofeminist on decolonizing : “When I did a 13-month fellowship in the U.S., I wasn’t considered an expert on American health care. Then why is an American living in Africa for 4 months called one?”
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Grace B. Lubega Nov 10
Prof. Rhoda Wanyenze, Dean of calls up African researchers to look at inequities at a broader aspect in addition to . Africa contributes 15% to the global population but it contributes less than 1% to the global research.
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Dina Mired Nov 9
So honored to give a Keynote Speech on ‘Empowering Women for their own Development, Health, & Wellness’ Women Leaders In Global Health Conference in Kigali, Rwanda
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Mehr Manzoor Nov 10
Who decides who is an ex-pat and who is an immigrant? How come some one from Syria who crosses different borders is not considered a global citizen yet someone from Brooklyn going on a holiday considers him/her self as global citizen? - asks
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Sherry Wren Nov 10
panel on Woman’s Leadership in Global Surgery lessons- be the best, men are friends and allies, mentorship, revel in the joy of being a surgeon
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Grace B. Lubega Nov 8
And we made it . As a young researcher you have to be assertive. Feeling inspired to be in a room full of great women leaders in the world.
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Mariam Dahir Nov 9
“ Not be apologetic to make someone uncomfortable when you are demanding your rights and space”
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Global Health 50/50 Nov 9
25 million women a year still have unsafe abortions. We need an unapologetic stance on women’s rights. The interventions that work may be harder to implement because they threaten patriarchy & threaten the status quo but we must be courageous says
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Nilushka Perera Nov 9
My work on reviewing Self-Care interventions is now published on I was mentored by the amazing who is and and we actually met for the first time at ! Talk about !
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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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Roopa Dhatt Nov 8
A warm musical welcome from | kicking offf | Thanks - already another energy to thr third annual conference!
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Global Health 50/50 Nov 9
Patriarchal decision making in Africa reinforced by colonialism, demoting women rulers who were not seen as acceptable. Precolonial history of African female leadership can provide lessons to break down hierarchical Western norms - Prof Filomina Steady
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Women In Global Health Nov 9
"We need angry, loud, disappointed women that go out and demand what they need!"
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Vanessa Kerry @ #wlgh19 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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Emmanuel Kamanzi Nov 9
What a previllegde to be part of this overdue movement. Empower women into leadership positions and power up communities
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shereen bhan Nov 10
What area should you focus on? Ask yourself 2 quick questions: 1. What makes your heart sing? 2. Where can you contribute most successfuly given YOUR skill set? Can’t ans. those 2 questions? Pick something and try it for a set time and learn from experience
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