Belinda Ngongo; Senior Technical Advisor, South Africa, Mark Barone; Senior Technical Advisor, Brazil, Nayanjeet Chaudhury; Senior Technical Advisor, India, and Lara Fedorov; Senior Technical Advisor, United States
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- #PAWHConference2019: Uniting inspirational and aspirational women in healthOn March 29, 2019, Pan African Women in Health (PAWH) hosted a day-long conference in South Africa, in addition to officially launching the PAWH mentorship platform. PAWH is a Public-Private Competency Building initiative […]
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Global Health Leaders currently has fellows placed in India, South Africa, and Brazil. The program will soon expand to other countries across the globe.
This amazing fellowship is aiming to create a pool of skilled people that can work in both the private sector and the public sector - really looking at business issues while at the same time looking at public health issues - and I think this is very important.
BELINDA NGONGO, GHL FELLOW
Anita Raj PhD, professor of Global Public Health and Director of the Center on Gender Equity and Health at UC San Diego, was part of a panel that spoke on shifting power for the sake of gender equitable development, hosted by the Women and Girls at the Center of Development (WGCD https://t.co/Vo0CxqayjL
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves. Special thanks to Dr. Yonette Thomas ( @YonetteFThomas) for holding such an insightful Guest Lecture & Panel Discussion on The Health of Women in Africa is an economic Imperative at #PAWHConference2019.
Congrats to @lusca_xavier who spoke today at #WHA72 in Geneva! He spoke at the @IntDiabetesFed side event on #SDG3 and combatting #NCDs, & also engaged leaders from @WHO and @MDTFoundation - we are proud to see continued support for the @ForumDCNTs! https://t.co/D30AEbz9BF
Looking forward to tomorrow's @ForumDCNTs workshops on NGO Strategic Capacity Building for NCDs! Participants will learn about communication and media advocacy, fundraising and sustainability, design and implementation of projects related to NCDs. @PHIdotorg @MarkTUBarone https://t.co/772mloCJjQ