Monthly Archives: August 2015

Ending the violence: Prioritize respectful treatment for childbearing women in India

Reblogged : By Kerryescott Respect and dignity in childbirth is a human right. Tragically, women around the world all too often endure violations of these rights, including verbal and physical abuse, non-consensual or non-confidential care, discrimination, abandonment, denial of care or detention in facilities. … Continue reading

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IRIN Global | Women and aid: beyond box-ticking | Kenya | Nepal | Philippines | Aid Policy | Gender Issues

Reflagged from IRIN Global Humanitarian News and Analysis Write by: Louise Redvers DUBAI, 28 July 2015 (IRIN) – Aid agencies have no problem agreeing that gender-sensitive programming is a good idea, but few have come up with concrete methods for evaluating … Continue reading

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Health through Vaccination via CA Senate Bill 277

Originally posted on SBFPHC Policy Advocacy:
(Image Courtesy of Vaccine Conspiracy Theorist BlogSpot) Vaccination (or “Immunization”) remains one of the most currently contentious topics in the United States. Despite it’s proven disease prevention statistics, a vast number of residents across…

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