With support from UNICEF, EngenderHealth embarked on a two-month project to improve the survival of newborn girls by addressing gender differentials in newborn care.
Diversity and Solidarity in Global Health: Commentary by EngenderHealth Leaders and Collaborators in the Lancet Global Healthblog diversity global health health systems healthcare inequity Latest News solidarity the lancet
Health is a human right. Yet, systems support health inequitably. Those inequities have been highlighted and heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic. Diversity is the solution.
Last year, upon completing our first organizational gender pay gap analysis at EngenderHealth, I asked whether I should worry about a reverse pay gap. This year, we conducted our first race/ethnicity pay gap analysis for our US/global staff.
As we reflect on 2020, we pause to appreciate EngenderHealth program leaders who went above and beyond, day after day.
To commemorate the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence (GBV) this year, we spotlighted a few of EngenderHealth’s GBV work in communities around the world.
EngenderHealth’s USAID-funded Fistula Care Plus project, with partners Panzi Foundation and Mama, LLC, hosted a webinar to discuss the impact of... View Article
At EngenderHealth, we know that gender equality is not possible without the realization of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). We look at six areas of our SRHR work and how they’re helping to advance gender equality.
International Youth Day is a moment to commemorate and mainstream the voices, actions, and initiatives of young people. Their perspectives... View Article
EngenderHealth’s India team has been working to strengthen the systems of 144 health facilities to ensure they are fully stocked with available contraceptive methods during the pandemic. To date, the team has helped to resolve contraceptive stockouts at roughly 37 of those facilities.
EngenderHealth Tanzania Country Representative Prudence Masako provides suggestions for how the nation can support and bolster its health system to better prepare for public health crises in the future.