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Our new article on how to build more equitable health systems under the new US administration. Read the full article! ➡️
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Women In Global Health 5h
NEW ARTICLE! WGH's latest blog post in Opinion - An open letter to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris - provides 7 recommendations to the new administration on how to approach COVID-19 response 🇺🇸 READ FULL ARTICLE ➡️
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Women In Global Health Pakistan Chapter 20h
A proud moment for Pakistan as our patron makes it to 100 most influential women 2020 for her contribution to poverty alleviation and social protection.
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Katri Bertram Nov 23
work among is a known fact, but the share of that are not part of the formal sector is shocking: 50% are who only receive stipends or in-kind support, . at
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Women In Global Health Nov 23
This week, WGH will be hosting an event at the symposium, on how we can change gender-blind policies and research to be gender-transformative. WGH’s will be speaking alongside a panel of experts! Join us on WEDNESDAY, Nov 25 @ 5PM GST
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LSE Health Policy Nov 23
"COVID-19 is not creating new challenges, but magnifying pre-existing challenges to equal " - from kicking off her presentation
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Katri Bertram Nov 23
"We need to tackle stigma in , also facing . We also need policy changes that reduce mental health pressures."
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Women In Global Health Nov 23
Starting soon! Join us in ⏰ONE HOUR⏰ as we discuss the global gender strategy for and how we can include women, with WGH's & as speakers! Register now 👇
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Gender&COVID-19 Nov 23
Replying to @bmj_latest @womeninGH
We're breaking down that blog to bring you the best bits! Please do read and share. ⚖️👩‍⚖️📜🦠♀️ Making sure that there's a gendered approach to pandemics should be top of leaders' to-do lists. Give us a ♥️ if you agree! 👇
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Women In Global Health Nov 23
A new piece by and in describes the we need in the administration, and how inclusive leadership can change the course of . Read the full article ➡️
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Women In Global Health Nov 23
Join us TODAY with for an event on and its impact on women. TODAY 5-6:30 GMT
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Gender&COVID-19 Nov 22
Start your week with this hot off the press blog on and pandemic preparedness with in the ⚖️👩‍⚖️📜🦠♀️
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Women In Global Health Nov 22
ANNOUNCEMENT! It is the last in our Women, Leadership & Power Action Lab series with . In this lab, we will be focusing on engaging donors & igniting change on funding women's movements like ours. Engage, Enable, Ignite NOW-
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Sarah Boyd Nov 20
New research on gender and : 1️⃣ In what countries are women & girls most exposed to or at risk of suffering the negative effects of the pandemic? 2️⃣How well are those countries able to address these effects? ➡️More from /1
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Dr. Roopa Dhatt Nov 20
The leader - game changer! Loyce Pace Virtually created a safe, brave space to discuss the good, bad & ugly in during a pandemic. And she brought all of us on this journey, let us co create! Thanks 🙏 for leading w/ values first.
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Women In Global Health Nov 20
Looking for more inspiration: A collection of articles and interviews conducted with outstanding women of color from African descent, all over the 🌍 - Lilly Khorsand & !
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Women In Global Health Nov 20
It’s Time for Leadership That Looks Like the People It Serves | Think Global Health Why it matters?
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Women In Global Health Nov 20
Health costs and the ‘ugly’ gender gap
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sonalisilvaa Nov 20
"Inequality follows me even though I am a powerful woman at the top" - of Such a great way to start the fireside chat with ! ♥️
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Women In Global Health Nov 20
"When we don’t involve the communities specifically in designing programs and taking ownership, we cannot expect a successful outcome....We cannot address this if we don’t recognize our own privilege and bias." - WGH's at !
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