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On #IWD2021, discover the stories of 13 extraordinary women leaders inspiring others to join #GenerationEquality: http://bit.ly/2ZIxwAb #UNexhibits @UN_Women

✨#InternationalWomensDay Spotlight✨

Advancing #genderequality requires ending violence against women & girls. That’s why we’ve supported the development of #GBV response guidelines in multiple countries & built the capacity of providers to provide high-quality GBV care. (1/2)

Building health worker capacity is critical for improving access to sexual and #reprohealth services, including fistula prevention and treatment.

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➡️Register for our virtual event with @USAIDGH: http://bit.ly/FCPlus-Webinar

EngenderHealth's Adolescent Girl Champions intervention is significant because it is an innovative, scalable model that builds on and collaborates with existing public health infrastructure, while empowering adolescent girls.

-@ZoyaAliRizvi, Deputy Commissioner @MoHFW_INDIA

It's not just about young people as beneficiaries of programs. We must frame youth as leaders, informants, and change-makers in programs aimed to improve their health, says Anand Sinha, @PackardFdn India Country Representative.

➡️Learn more: http://bit.ly/AGCs-Resources

Health disparities for girls are prominent at all ages & levels of society–for newborns, youth, and adults. We must come together and talk about this issue as one society, says Roopa, an Adolescent Girl Champion in our @UNICEFIndia-supported initiative.

➡️http://bit.ly/AGCs-Resources

The three adolescent girls speaking about their experience supporting families and their community are a wonderful example of the enormous power of young people! #LetGirlsLead https://twitter.com/engenderhealth/status/1367439637527072769

“I am a girl, and I am getting the opportunity to save another girl.”

Muskaan, an Adolescent Girl Champion in our @UNICEFIndia-supported initiative, explains why she chose to participate in the program during the "She Helps Her Thrive" event.

Learn more: http://bit.ly/AGCs-Resources

Investing in adolescent girls as champions of health in their communities yields triple benefits, improving:

➡️Health of children
➡️Adult health trajectories
➡️Health of the next generation

Says Luigi D’Aquino, @UNICEFIndia Chief of Health, at our She Helps Her Thrive webinar.

“Adolescent girls have a real potential to be change agents in their communities,” says Dr. Ajay Khera, India Country Representative

With support from @UNICEF, EngenderHealth engaged adolescent girls as champions of newborn girl care in India. Learn more: http://bit.ly/AGCs-Resources

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