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January 2022

WI-HER’s Work in Women’s Empowerment: Nigeria Social Norms Learning Collaborative Conference

2022-01-05T14:57:09-05:00

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By Kenneth Goughnour, Program Coordinator “Being a member of COP has empowered me with knowledge to stay healthy during pregnancy.”“I can now save towards my delivery.”- Members of Kebbi Communities of Practice (COP) In mid-November 2021, WI-HER presented [...]

WI-HER’s Work in Women’s Empowerment: Nigeria Social Norms Learning Collaborative Conference2022-01-05T14:57:09-05:00

December 2021

Ethiopia’s Current Civil Conflict: Three Deaf People

2021-12-01T04:11:48-05:00

By Krista Odom, WI-HER Program Coordinator Golbo, Amhara, Ethiopia, 2017 I arrived for the first time at my Peace Corps site in February 2016. My assigned counterpart loaded me up with my luggage and newly purchased mattress on [...]

Ethiopia’s Current Civil Conflict: Three Deaf People2021-12-01T04:11:48-05:00

November 2021

Grassroots Soccer: HIV Prevention Through Integrated Education Programs

2021-12-01T04:00:06-05:00

By Krista Odom, WI-HER Program Coordinator Krista’s first Grassroots Soccer graduating class from Golbo, Ethiopia I was first introduced to Grassroots Soccer when I was working as a HIV and Gender Empowerment Volunteer in Lesotho. As a woman [...]

Grassroots Soccer: HIV Prevention Through Integrated Education Programs2021-12-01T04:00:06-05:00

Empowering Gender and Youth Ambassadors as Game Changers in Bauchi, Kebbi, and Sokoto States in Nigeria

2021-11-28T05:17:32-05:00

Increasing awareness and support for adolescent and youth-friendly services; Allison Annette Foster, WI-HER Vice President, and Kenneth Goughnour, WI-HER Program Coordinator Integrated Health Program (IHP), 2019-2024, USAID/Nigeria “I am glad that we have more of a sense of direction now. [...]

Empowering Gender and Youth Ambassadors as Game Changers in Bauchi, Kebbi, and Sokoto States in Nigeria2021-11-28T05:17:32-05:00

The Importance of Paid Family Leave for Children, Families, and Beyond

2021-11-28T05:02:22-05:00

By Sara Pappa, WI-HER Technical Advisor Sara Pappa shortly after the birth of her second child. In this blog piece, she reflects on the importance of paid family leave. Enacting public policies that provide parents with paid family [...]

The Importance of Paid Family Leave for Children, Families, and Beyond2021-11-28T05:02:22-05:00

October 2021

Adapting Tools and Considering Inclusion to Eliminate NTDs: Hirut’s Story

2021-10-27T04:30:03-04:00

By Sara Pappa, WI-HER Technical Advisor; Habtamu Bedasa, FHF Zonal NTDs Technical Advisor; Leta Balcha Damessa, FHF Program Manager Habtamu Bedasa, a Zonal NTDs Technical Advisor with FHF, uses the Supervisors Coverage Tool (SCT) [...]

Adapting Tools and Considering Inclusion to Eliminate NTDs: Hirut’s Story2021-10-27T04:30:03-04:00

International Day of the Girl Child: Babirye’s Story and a Timely Intervention

2021-10-11T11:41:38-04:00

By Dr. Taroub Faramand, WI-HER President and Founder Timely interventions, such as offering coding classes to young girls as Dr. Faramand has done, can be beneficial to a girl’s education and future. Educate the girl child and you [...]

International Day of the Girl Child: Babirye’s Story and a Timely Intervention2021-10-11T11:41:38-04:00

Advocating for more responsive and accessible health services for persons with disabilities in Nigeria

2021-10-06T12:14:47-04:00

By Kenneth Goughnour, MPH, MCH, WI-HER Program Coordinator During a USAID IHP capacity building workshop led by Gender Advisors, persons with disabilities civil society organizations learned how to recognize barriers to health access and identify considerations for increasing access [...]

Advocating for more responsive and accessible health services for persons with disabilities in Nigeria2021-10-06T12:14:47-04:00

September 2021

Health Worker Safety is Patient Safety: It’s Time to Rebuild Our Health Systems to Support our Health Workers

2021-09-13T04:42:05-04:00

By Amanda Ottosson, M.S.C., WI-HER Program Officer Source: World Health Organization “People-centeredness” is a fundamental principle of quality health services. When someone seeks care or treatment within a health system, they hope to be understood, heard, and treated [...]

Health Worker Safety is Patient Safety: It’s Time to Rebuild Our Health Systems to Support our Health Workers2021-09-13T04:42:05-04:00
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