Pamela W. Barnes, president and chief executive officer of EngenderHealth, recently shared the news that she will be retiring later this year.
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EngenderHealth has been awarded Fistula Care Plus, a new five year fistula repair and prevention project, from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). With a project ceiling of $74.49 million, this award will be the largest U.S. government-funded effort to date to focus on fistula, a devastating childbirth injury.
Today, as we recognize the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, it is important to shine a light on the tremendous progress we are making toward ending violence for good.
Global and local leaders from EngenderHealth, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), and Fistula Care, a program led by EngenderHealth and funded by USAID since 2007, will share lessons learned and chart the way forward toward achieving a fistula-free generation. USAID, EngenderHealth, and other partners have improved access to and quality of fistula care—both prevention and treatment—at 57 health facilities in 15 countries across Africa and Asia.
EngenderHealth and Pamela Barnes enjoyed an extraordinary media week, with hits in the New York Times and International Herald Tribune.
EngenderHealth and Pamela Barnes enjoyed an extraordinary media week, with hits in the The Grindstone and Huffington Post.
President and CEO Pamela Barnes's op-ed on the impact of investing in family planning was published at Forbes Woman and Impatient Optimists.
To mark the first International Day to End Obstetric Fistula on May 23, EngenderHealth recognizes the achievements to date in fistula prevention and treatment and calls for an end to this devastating women’s health condition.