On May 22, the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics cited Dr. Jeanne d’Arc Kabagema, Senior Medical Associate at EngenderHealth, in a blog post about the need for more fistula doctors in Rwanda.
The New Times in Rwanda highlighted EngenderHealth’s work to prevent and treat fistula in a May 20 article.
CBS News affiliate Radio Alice (97.3) in San Francisco featured President Pamela W. Barnes in its May 13 “Sunday Magazine” program. To listen to specific topics in the interview, read our May 18 blog post.
5MinutesForMom.com showcased EngenderHealth’s Plant a Flower, Honor a Mother campaign in a May 12 blog post.
The Daily Monitor in Uganda quoted Edith Ronah Mukisa, EngenderHealth Country Manager, in a May 9 article about fistula and the lack of skilled birth attendants.
BDNews24.com in Bangladesh quoted Dr. Abu Jamil Faisel, EngenderHealth Country Director, in a May 8 article on urban health and a May 6 article on the Millennium Development Goals for women and children.
In a May 5 article on male involvement in women’s reproductive health, The Citizen in Tanzania cited EngenderHealth’s programs for engaging men.
Pres. Barnes co-authored an April 24 Huffington Post op-ed, “Beyond Condoms: A Broader Choice for an AIDS-Free Generation,” with Population Action International Pres. Suzanne Ehlers.
In an April 22 article, The Tanzania Daily News highlighted EngenderHealth’s work to improve the quality of family planning services in the country through the ACQUIRE Tanzanian Project.
The Daily Northwestern and Citifmonline.com quoted Pres. Barnes in April 16 articles on GlobeMed’s 2012 Global Health Summit held at Northwestern University.
In an April 4 article, the San Francisco Sentinel recognized Belle Taylor-McGhee, an EngenderHealth Board Member, for her appointment to the San Francisco Health Commission.