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Why Partner With Grassroots Movements?

When it comes to work done by advocates and activists worldwide, there are various ways to classify different movements. Some are led by politics and policy making in government, some by formalized non-government organizations (NGOs), while others are led as purely grassroots movements involving many

Mental Health: The Health Crisis of Our Time

Suicide is now the leading cause of death in girls aged 15-19 worldwide, surpassing death by childbirth. Differing from other diseases more common in older individuals, mental illness truly is the chronic disease of the young, with 75% being diagnosed before age 24. While other

Why Men’s Involvement in Safeguarding Maternal Health Is Critical!

This post was written by Elman Nsinda, journalist and maternal health advocate, White Ribbon Alliance Uganda (nsindae (at ) gmail.com) In Uganda, 17 women and 106 newborns die every day due to complications related to pregnancy and child birth. Unfortunately, the causes of these deaths

Four ways we’re making progress toward the Global Goals

This week marks the first anniversary of the launch of the Global Goals. As the global development community convenes in New York City for the United Nations’ General Assembly week, what better time to reflect on progress? In a country where, on average, one woman

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