One of the most exciting things that has ever happened in my professional career was when I heard that Make Art Stop AIDS (MASA): Youth was a finalist for the UN SDG Action awards. And it only got more exciting from there. Read all about my experience at the Global Festival of Action in Bonn, Germany.
In Malawi, gender-based violence presents a very real barrier to young women and girls who wish to pursue greater opportunities. While one of the options for young people to pursue furthering education is at Technical, Entrepreneurial, and Vocational Education and Training (TEVET) colleges, girls represent only 27 percent of enrolled students. Over the next year, we’ll be working with TEVET colleges across the country to raise awareness about GBV at TEVET colleges and for each college to create and implement effective reporting systems.
Thirty years ago, the international HIV pandemic was the top concern among health professional. In order to honor the lives that were lost to the virus, and to celebrate the people living with it, the global community came together and declared December 1 World AIDS Day.
It takes effort from each one of us to fight this pandemic. Here are five things you can do to mark this day.
This year, before the official Lake of Star festival kicked off, they hosted a Day of Ideas for local students and youth to participate in activities about pressing social issues. ArtGlo joined the activities bringing our signature creative approached to engage the youths on issues of nutrition, women’s leadership, and entrepreneurship.
With a wide array of conflicting emotions, the time has come for me to say goodbye.
Welcoming our new Global Health Corps Fellows!
The 2015 GHC fellowship year has come to an end and it is time for us to bid farewell.
Join us in welcoming Helen Todd!