Children’s health

Here’s what we could find on the subject.

Sisterhood Unfulfilled: How all the Eggs Ended up in Her Basket

This is the second blog post of a three part series: Written by Abby Tseggai It was a beautiful summer morning as Fana and her older brother, Kifle, skipped to their neighboring town, happy, emitting a love that siblings who suffered together feel. It was

Finishing the Unfinished Agenda for Mothers and Newborns

The Global Maternal Newborn Health Conference is the first major global meeting after the Sustainable Development Goals were agreed upon in New York last month. As such, it plays a pivotal role in signposting the dawn of a new era – an era within which

Girls’ Globe speaks with Tikhala Itaye!

We have launched an interview series with health professionals and youth advocates with the purpose to highlight the work they are doing to improve the lives of women, children and adoloscents around the world. Yesterday, Girls’ Globe’s Vice President, Diane Fender “sat down” with youth advocate Tikhala Itaye, Vice

Investing in Youth Led Grassroots Health Solutions Makes Cents

While much progress has been made to improve the health of women and children around the world, growing health disparities exist among women, children and adolescents. Currently, the child mortality rate in low-income countries is 15 times higher than in high income countries. Maternal mortality

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