Wilson Center Panelists Highlight Importance Of Community Engagement In Building Resilient Health Systems

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This post highlights remarks from panelists at a Wilson Center event co-hosted by CARE and the Maternal Health Initiative, during which global health experts discussed the importance of building “resilient health systems through interventions that support community resilience.” Experts included Rikerdy Frederic, deputy chief of party at USAID’s Services de Santé de Qualité pour Haiti (SSQH) program; Joan Dalton, gender lead at THINK Liberia; Christine Galavotti, senior director of sexual and reproductive health and rights at CARE; and Etobssie Wako, technical adviser for sexual and reproductive health and rights at CARE (Khan, 10/25).

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