USAID-Supported Venture Aims To Improve Health Of Women, Mothers Globally
USAID’s “IMPACTblog”: Empowering Women Through a Simple Purse
Danielle Somers, communications analyst for the U.S. Global Development Lab’s Higher Education Solutions Network (HESN), and Emily Jablonski, virtual intern for HESN and student at the University of Michigan, profile Zubaida Bai, the co-founder of ayzh, a USAID-supported “organization providing women’s health resources to underserved women globally. The venture’s first product is a clean birthing kit that includes all the items recommended by the World Health Organization to prevent infection at birth…” (3/21).
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