Some Global Health Organizations Taking Steps To Address Gender Structure, Policies, Report Shows

Devex: Health organizations make some progress on gender
“…[Several] global health organizations … have made new commitments and taken steps to become more gender responsive in their organizations’ gender structure and policies, according to Celebrating Change, a report released on Wednesday by the same gender health champions behind the Global Health 50/50 report. Kent Buse and Sarah Hawkes, co-founders of Global Health 50/50, told Devex that the latest initiatives taken by several of the 140 global health organizations the report analyzed in March, suggest some sort of ‘sea change’ is taking place…” (Ravelo, 11/6).

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