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

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

Knowledge is Power: Protect Education from Attack

2021-09-07T03:23:17-04:00

By Maddison Hall, MPH, WI-HER Program Officer Grade 7 students complete classwork; Photo by DFAT photo library  “Thuto ke maatla.” In Setswana, spoken in the southern African country of Botswana, this phrase translates to “Knowledge is power.” This [...]

Knowledge is Power: Protect Education from Attack2021-09-07T03:23:17-04:00

August 2021

Youth Engagement and Social Inclusiveness using Gender and Youth Ambassadors in the USAID Integrated Health Program in Nigeria

2021-09-05T03:11:59-04:00

By Stella Mwita, GESI Advisor for WI-HER based in Tanzania, East Africa; and Stella Abah, Lydia Musa, and Helen John, Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement Advisors. WI-HER, LLC, working within the USAID-funded and Palladium-led Integrated Health Project (IHP), is [...]

Youth Engagement and Social Inclusiveness using Gender and Youth Ambassadors in the USAID Integrated Health Program in Nigeria2021-09-05T03:11:59-04:00

The Importance of Supporting Health Workers and Health Centers

2021-08-10T04:20:52-04:00

By Luseka Mwanzi, WI-HER Gender Coordinator While National Health Center week is a celebratory week in the United States, this year’s theme “The Chemistry for Strong Communities” inspired me to reflect on the global community and the incredible health centers [...]

The Importance of Supporting Health Workers and Health Centers2021-08-10T04:20:52-04:00

July 2021

Revitalizing and Building the Capacity of the State Gender-Based Violence Technical Working Group in Kebbi, Nigeria

2021-07-26T03:08:30-04:00

By Stella Abah, WI-HER Gender, Social Inclusion, and Community Engagement (GSI&CE) Advisor, and Dr. Adamu Nuhu, USAID IHP Kebbi Director Gender-based violence (GBV) is a life-threatening issue that impacts health and violates international human rights law, and principles of gender [...]

Revitalizing and Building the Capacity of the State Gender-Based Violence Technical Working Group in Kebbi, Nigeria2021-07-26T03:08:30-04:00

Improving Services for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence: Lessons Learned During Virtual Engagements During the COVID-19 Pandemic

2021-07-20T04:35:18-04:00

By Luseka Mwanzi, WI-HER Gender Coordinator When COVID-19 began in China in late 2019, Kenyans thought it was far-fetched. They never imagined that we as a country would be affected. Reality hit March 16th, 2020, when the president ordered that [...]

Improving Services for Survivors of Gender-Based Violence: Lessons Learned During Virtual Engagements During the COVID-19 Pandemic2021-07-20T04:35:18-04:00
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