Men Must Be Involved In Women’s Maternal, Reproductive Health Care

Huffington Post: How Can Men Help Stop The Spread of HIV to Infants and Children?
Barbara Bush, CEO and co-founder of Global Health Corps, and Brian Ssennoga, a former Global Health Corps fellow

Bush interviews Ssennoga about his work as a GHC fellow in Uganda, focusing on the importance of men’s investment in women’s maternal and reproductive health and the prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission. “…Unfortunately, men are often not included in the maternal and reproductive health care of their partners, either by their own choice or because providers in the community do not expect them to be involved. … But this has to change — and it is changing,” Ssennoga said (9/22).

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