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White Ribbon Alliance: Passionate Citizens Changing Communities

Girls’ Globe bloggers have had the opportunity to meet with and speak to Midwives and Citizen Journalists from Uganda, Malawi and Zimbabwe, who are working with White Ribbon Alliance to strengthen the rights and health of women and children, and to change communities so that they thrive. 276 more words

Maternal Health

Child Marriage: whose agenda? - Camila Ochoa Mendoza

For the second part of the UCU in Africa Program, I spent 6 weeks doing doing an internship with Hiwot, an organization focused on the positive development of children and youth in Ethiopia. 1,479 more words

Personal Reflections

"Courage is contagious" - A Ted Talk about Violence against women by Mary Ellsberg

Mary Ellsberg is the director of Global Women’s Institute at George Washington University, she has a bachelor in Latin American Studies from Yale University and a PhD in Epidemiology from Umeå University. 113 more words

Global Health

Connection Between SDGs and Safe Abortion

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is a new road map to improve the lives of people throughout the world over the next 15 years. Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights issues are currently featured on the SDG agenda expands their presence at both the global and national levels, by establishing SRHR specific indicators to measure progress toward the SDGs. 849 more words

Unsafe Abortion

Can women be in charge of anything, really?

This story caught my imagination from the moment I read it. At the dawn of the “sexual revolution” in 1967, a 26-year-old product designer called… 625 more words


MY NARRATIVE: Amanda/27. Barbados

So, are you open about your status?

Yes and no.

Could you please explain a bit?

Depends on the circumstance. My policies is don’t ask don’t tell unless it’s necessary. 833 more words


HIV/AIDS Prevention Starts with Combating Gender Inequality

Written by: Hayley Trinh, Communications and Development Intern, Education for Equality International

Since the first known case of HIV in India was diagnosed in 1986, the number of people infected with the virus has continued to grow. 845 more words