Global Health Community Recognizes International Women’s Day With Blog Posts

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s “The Optimist”: We don’t want to wait 99 years for gender equality (3/8).

BMJ Opinion: Twenty five years after the Beijing Declaration we need to reaffirm that women’s rights are human rights
Rajat Khosla, human rights adviser for the Human Reproduction Program at the WHO, and colleagues (3/8).

Council on Foreign Relations: International Women’s Day: Women and Political Power (3/6).

Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria: Women Leading the Fight for Better Health (3/6).

Innovations for Poverty Action: What We’re Reading For International Women’s Day
Lucia Sanchez, program director for small and medium enterprises at IPA, and colleagues (3/5).

Intrahealth International’s “VITAL”: 10 Women Who Are Shaping the Future of Global Health (3/6).

Médecins Sans Frontières: Honoring International Women’s Day 2020 (March 2020).

Oxfam’s “From Politics to Poverty”: Things to read or listen to on International Women’s Day (3/8).

UNDP: Addressing the vulnerabilities that lead to HIV in young women
Georges van Montfoort, resident representative at UNDP Zimbabwe, and Tracey Burton, manager for the Global Fund Partnership/Health Implementation Support Team at UNDP (3/6).

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