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January 2020

Reflection of my fall internship experience at WI-HER

2020-01-10T16:03:16+00:00

By Clarissa Hilber Clarissa Hilber I interned for WI-HER in the fall of 2019, for two months. The internship has been a great way to expand my knowledge of the public health field and its relation to policy [...]

Reflection of my fall internship experience at WI-HER2020-01-10T16:03:16+00:00

November 2019

Family Planning Commodities Donation Makes Splash at National Obstetrics Fistula Center, Ningi, Nigeria

2019-11-21T18:59:05+00:00

By Helen John, IHP Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement Advisor, Bauchi State, Nigeria and Morgan Mickle, Gender Specialist, WI-HER, LLC “This is actually a partnership that works. We were thinking after the fistula consultation meeting held, that will be [...]

Family Planning Commodities Donation Makes Splash at National Obstetrics Fistula Center, Ningi, Nigeria2019-11-21T18:59:05+00:00

October 2019

Act to End NTDs | East Program Desk Review on Gender Issues Affecting Neglected Tropical Diseases

2019-10-15T08:06:27+00:00

Act to End NTDs | East ProgramDesk Review on Gender Issues AffectingNeglected Tropical Diseases Neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) are a category of diverse communicable and treatable diseases that affect more than one billion of the world’s poorest populations, [...]

Act to End NTDs | East Program Desk Review on Gender Issues Affecting Neglected Tropical Diseases2019-10-15T08:06:27+00:00

International Day of the Girl Child 2019 Theme: GirlForce: Unscripted and unstoppable

2019-10-11T17:50:42+00:00

By Helen John, Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement Advisor, Bauchi-Nigeria “You were meant to be a queen Even though you are hidden behind the curtain, your majesty, the world awaits your ascension oh do not fear, grab your rod, [...]

International Day of the Girl Child 2019 Theme: GirlForce: Unscripted and unstoppable2019-10-11T17:50:42+00:00

A Reflection of my summer internship experience at WI-HER

2019-10-07T09:51:13+00:00

By Mitali Dahanukar, Intern Summer 2019 Mitali Dahanukar My internship at WI-HER, LLC has been an incredible and enlightening journey. As a Georgetown University Master’s student, I was applying for various summer internship positions to gain experience in [...]

A Reflection of my summer internship experience at WI-HER2019-10-07T09:51:13+00:00

September 2019

Obstetric Fistula in Nigeria: WI-HER joins the states of Bauchi and Kebbi in fighting fistula

2019-09-25T11:08:19+00:00

Obstetric Fistula in Nigeria: WI-HER joins the states of Bauchi and Kebbi in fighting fistula September / October 2019 BACKGROUND WI-HER, LLC  is leading gender integration and social inclusion efforts within the USAID-funded Integrated Health Project (IHP) in the Nigerian [...]

Obstetric Fistula in Nigeria: WI-HER joins the states of Bauchi and Kebbi in fighting fistula2019-09-25T11:08:19+00:00

Working for Home, from Home: My Summer 2019 Internship Reflection

2019-10-02T09:21:49+00:00

By Oloruntobi Dare, Intern Summer 2019 Oloruntobi Dare I greatly valued my time this past summer as a gender integration intern with WI-HER, LLC. I was assigned to work on the USAID-funded Integrated Health Project (IHP) supporting Nigeria, [...]

Working for Home, from Home: My Summer 2019 Internship Reflection2019-10-02T09:21:49+00:00

The Road Ahead – Socio-Cultural Shifts in Antigua and the Impact on Health

2019-09-20T16:35:26+00:00

Image Credit: peopleimages.com By Morgan Mickle and Kelly Dale, Gender Specialists, WI-HER, LLC “As the role of the community is decreasing or changing, the role of the health center is increasing.” (Male Registered Nurse, Antiguan Health Facility) There [...]

The Road Ahead – Socio-Cultural Shifts in Antigua and the Impact on Health2019-09-20T16:35:26+00:00