Reproductive Health

Member Spotlight: PAI

Holding the U.S. Accountable on Global Reproductive Health and Rights Since assuming control of the executive branch, the Trump-Pence administration has consistently worked to undercut the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls, both at home and around the world. With the imposition of harmful policies such as Protecting Life in Global…

Read More

Member Spotlight: WaterAid

Women in the WASH sector: Is Being Invited to the Party Enough? Following 2018 elections in Ethiopia, a record-breaking number of women now hold leadership positions in the country’s government. But women still struggle to rise up the ranks in other sectors. To mark International Women’s Day, WaterAid Ethiopia Country Director Bethlehem Mengistu shares lessons…

Read More

Accelerating Efforts to Eliminate Cervical Cancer Around the World

This blog post was written by Chris Hansen, president of the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN). ACS CAN is the nonprofit, nonpartisan advocacy affiliate of the American Cancer Society, and the nation’s leading advocacy organization helping to defeat cancer by educating the public, elected officials and candidates about cancer’s toll on public health. ACS CAN…

Read More

Ten Asks: Doing Things Differently in Gender Equality and Global Health

This guest post was written by Dr. Roopa Dhatt, Executive Director and Co-Founder, Women in Global Health and Kelly Thompson, Gender and Programming Director, Mehr Manzoor, Research Director, and Ann Keeling, Senior Fellow, Women in Global Health. The post was originally published on their website. Reflections for the 73rd United Nations General Assembly and UN High-Level Meetings.…

Read More

More than an Outbreak

This blog post was written by Global Health Council (GHC) President & Executive Director Loyce Pace.  I had the privilege this month of traveling with members of U.S. Congress and other global health stakeholders to Sierra Leone as part of a CARE Learning Tour. Such trips are designed to expose policymakers, donors, the media, or…

Read More

The End of Cervical Cancer

This guest post was written by Vivien Tsu, an Associate Director in the Reproductive Health Program at PATH. It was originally posted on PATH’s website on May 21. For 40 years, PATH has been a pioneer in translating bold ideas into breakthrough health solutions, with a focus on child survival, maternal and reproductive health, and infectious diseases. PATH…

Read More

The Answer for Indigenous Mothers? Native Midwives

This guest post was originally posted on the Frontline Health Workers Coalition (FHWC) website and is written by Joy Marini of Johnson & Johnson Global Community Impact and Global Health Council Board Member. Johnson & Johnson invests in people on the front lines of care as they change the trajectory of health for the world’s most vulnerable…

Read More

What Women Want: The World Wants to Know

This blog post was written by Stephanie Bowen, Director, Strategic Communication, White Ribbon Alliance, as part of Global Health Council’s Member Spotlight series. White Ribbon Alliance is activating a people-led movement for reproductive, maternal health and rights so that all girls and women realize their right to quality health and well-being. Launching on April 11th – International…

Read More

Pressing for Progress: An Interview With Dr. Roopa Dhatt on Women in Global Health

This post originally appeared on Global Health Corps blog AMPLIFY and was written by Lanice Williams, a 2016–2017 Global Health Corps fellow at Global Health Council. Follow Lanice on Twitter and join the International Women’s Day conversation using the hashtags #IWD2018 and #PressForProgress. On Thursday, March 8, the world celebrates International Women’s Day (IWD). Today, women…

Read More

More Than Words – The Case for Cultural Sensitivity in Translation

This blog was written by Sandra Alboum, founder and CEO of Alboum Translation Services as part of Global Health Council’s Member Spotlight Series. Alboum Translation Services is a translation agency that serves nonprofits worldwide. Their clients include the World Health Organization, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, American Cancer Society, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health,…

Read More