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What should the future of the #INGO sector be? EngenderHealth CEO @TraciLBaird is part of a @humentum_org-led cohort of INGO leaders discussing how the sector can shift to address issues of purpose, equity, power, and sustainability. Read more on @devex: http://ow.ly/X6ht50Gwncx

“This is truly a great step & proof that with a little political will, we can do a better job of saving the lives of girls & women in our region," said Maïfoux Nassirou, EngenderHealth's regional advocacy & partnership manager. #Benin #AbortionRights

http://ow.ly/QsEH50GvJEy

Meet Gayatri Menon from Tamil Nadu, one of our IAcTT Youth Champions. Want to know more about her? Join us on 24th Oct 2021, at 5:30 pm IST on the IAcTT insta page live!
@newconceptinfo @TheYPFoundation @EngenderHealth @MoHFW_INDIA @UNICEFIndia

Language influences culture, shifts power dynamics & drives social change. Principal Writer & Editor Amy Agarwal & @PathfinderInt SRHR Senior Technical Writer Liz Futrell share how their organizations are reimagining #globalhealth #communications.

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The Namibian Parliament is holding the first public hearings on abortion in more than 20 yrs. We support the activists & allies demanding that the Abortion Act is repealed & replaced to guarantee the right to decide & end #abortion stigma. #LegalizeAbortionNA 1/3

IACTT Youth Champions have reached to many and still counting. We are overwhelmed by the great response for the initiative!
#IAcTT #YouthChampions #MillionShares

@TheYPFoundation @EngenderHealth @MoHFW_INDIA @UNICEFIndia @newconceptinfo

Thank you for supporting ⁦⁦@i_actt⁩ ⁦⁦@PurvaMantri⁩ ! #Unite2FightCorona https://www.instagram.com/p/CVIexd9juF0/?utm_medium=share_sheet

Did you miss @USAID_MOMENTUM's 2021 Progress Report? Check it out to see how MOMENTUM has helped improve maternal and child health and increase access to #familyplanning and #reproductive healthcare around the world. 👉 http://ow.ly/bIGz50Gtwym

In Côte d’Ivore, we’re collaborating with the Deputy of Cocody @yasminaouegnin & @CACi225 to propose & advocate for amendments to a draft law on the protection of survivors of domestic violence ahead of a National Assembly vote on October 26. #ProjetDeLoiAReviser #TousUnis

Meet Ishank Subudhi, an engineer by profession & also, one of our Youth Champions from West Bengal. He & his team have been reaching out to 1300+ people from semi-urban areas at all times with the IAcTT campaign's messages, online.
@newconceptinfo @EngenderHealth @TheYPFoundation

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Posts Tagged: Words Matter

October 21, 2021

Language Matters: Reimagining Communications in Global Health

As global health communicators, we intentionally use certain words and phrases to convey the value of work, share important learnings, engage our audiences, and advocate for change. Language plays an outsize role in shaping how our work is perceived, and the nature of the work itself. Language influences culture, shifts power dynamics, and drives social change.

October 5, 2021

Why Our Words Matter—And Five Approaches to Intentionally Employing Inclusive, Respectful Language

The words we choose and the language we use have the power to affect the people and the world around us. Our words represent our beliefs, morals, prejudices, and principles—sometimes in ways we may not mean—and can shape an audience’s perceptions of us as well as the issues about which we speak and write. And, our failure or refusal to speak or write certain words—intentional or not—sends similar messages.

April 26, 2021

Lessons Learned in Language Evolution

As a sexual and reproductive health and rights organization, determining how we communicate about complex topics that are at the crux of our work is crucial. In this piece, our Principal Writer and Editor, Amy Agarwal, discusses lessons learned from her experience developing organizational language guidance over the past year.

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