How will global health change when she can use her voice, choice and agency?
Find out in the New Issue of Impact Magazine
The global health community sees the need for radical innovation to continue to build on the successes of the past as institutional funding shrinks and new technologies evolve. All around us there is growing evidence that we’ll see greater health outcomes faster when we engage the very women and girls we aim to serve in program design and put power in her hands.
Debuting at the 2019 Women Deliver conference, Impact magazine’s Power In Her Hands issue — it’s 25th — includes partners and providers from around the globe who are looking at ways to bring self-care to the developing world. Whether a consumer accesses care through self-administered drugs, diagnostics, devices, digital applications or breakthrough program design-thinking, you’ll learn how we can revolutionize her healthcare options so she can use her voice, choice and agency to make the decisions that are best for her and her family.
Dig in and hear more from Maverick Collective’s Dr. Precious Moloi-Motsepe, Women Deliver’s Katja Iversen, WHO’s Ian Askew & Manjulaa Narasimhan, FP2020’s Beth Schlachter, AVAC’s Mitchell Warren, CIFF’s Miles Kemplay, PATH’s Martha Brady, 10 Women Deliver Young Leaders and expert voices from PSI on effective ways that how #PowerInHerHands can change the future for global development.
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Karen Sommer Shalett
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