For EngenderHealth, it is important to look at gender from an intersectionality lens and develop a deep understanding of where we work and who we work with to ensure our programs serve the individuals and communities who are hardest to reach in support of health equity.
Posts Tagged: young people
In the wake of the presidential election, we’ve heard from students, many of whom seem fearful and uncertain about the future for themselves and their families. We as adults can find a way to maximize the strengths of our communities and our nation, imagine a healthy and prosperous future, and continue to explore our identity as a nation that is growing, changing, and developing in much the same way that the youth we serve are. We at EngenderHealth believe that putting our energy into these areas and the youth we serve will ultimately move us all forward.