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AASLD member Jamile Wakim-Fleming, MD details what women need to know about the twitter.com liver diseases they're most susceptible to.
PATH @PATHtweets🔁"In global health, gender equity is quite literally a matter of life and death." Read 's full piece on Medium. Thank twitter.com s for having us, , , , and followers. See you at .
klement Jaidzeka @klemster🔁Yes! And there are tools to make this easy to understand and implement, such as the Gender-Transformative Supportive Supervision Framework
Dr Githinji Gitahi @daktari1🔁A3: Engaging Men as allies in is essential, such as CEO spoke at the hosted by (implementing partner ) & who have spoken up
Kabir Sheikh @docsheikh🔁Men at the top select in their own image. Terms and conditions not set to facilitate women. Motherhood which should be a sacrament attracts a penalty. USA still does not have statutory paid maternity leave for women.
Erica Jackson @Hoyaejax🔁Women are 70% of the workforce — but only 25% of leadership. We've joined with and to discuss how organizations can close this gap during Twitter chat TODAY at 10 AM EST. Join us!
MagsH @MHHoomes🔁It's National Women's Health Week!
AASLD member Jamile Wakim-Fleming, MD details what women need to know about the liver diseases they're most susceptible to.
GASNN @GASNNurses🔁A2: Diversity leads to more sustainable solutions. Studies have shown that teams that are diverse lead to more sustainable solutions and greater economic return. We need more gender parity and diversity in global health for SMART global health.
Lisa Hilmi @lisa_hilmi🔁@devex Q8: Proud that @COREGroupDC has a gender diverse Board and women in Sr. Leadership!#WomeninGH. #GlobalHealthWomen
WomensMarchPDX @WomenMarchPDX🔁We are a crowd, we are not a single voter. Not sure how each of us votes, but I think you can safely surmise women's twitter.com issues come first.
ann keeling @annvkeeling🔁A4: A great resource, meet the standards set by the report, as an adviser for this incredible work, I fully support the vision set forth by
ann keeling @annvkeeling🔁Kudos - your leadership on this issue is appreciated from the start See our pledge & sign today:
ann keeling @annvkeeling🔁Thanks for the chat - loads of great points raised! Especially on and what organizations can do.
ann keeling @annvkeeling🔁Gender Parity for is 50-50 representation in top leadership in all sectors of - governance, executive leadership & teams, management! We need to have parity in the whole the leadership pyramid.
ann keeling @annvkeeling🔁. ED Loyce on point - race & other identities are too often the "Elephant" in the room in women's leadership in global health. This is problematic - as where do women w/ additional identities have these conversations?
Sandra Massiah @Sanypoo🔁Invest when it matters most, invest in ♀ at the place in their career they are most likely to be underinvested in: mid-career- 30-45* (Management training, Nominations/Promotions/Sponsorship, Awards/Recognition)
SegunS @ssangowawa🔁A6 is proud of our diverse women leaders around the world. Sylvia Adebajo leads our research and programmatic initiatives in Nigeria, helping to curb the epidemic, improve , and inform national strategies and policies.
ann keeling @annvkeeling🔁 A8: has taken forward in many forums: advocating for policy change, educating community about the data, and highlighting women leaders ():
Elizabeth A Walsh @walsheliz🔁A8: It takes bold leadership from the top, men and women willing to say this is not how we want global health represented and ensuring their organization takes steps to achieve greater . has started this change
René Sparks @rene_sparks🔁Join this crucial conversation to explore how we can get more women leading global health! Our pipeline is only as strong as the leaders we grow, elevate, and recognize!
ann keeling @annvkeeling🔁As my brilliant colleague , who is the CEO of , often says, “Women deliver far more than babies.”
KasiaHP @Kasia_HP🔁 A9: Women in Global Health has a lot of call to actions!
2) Sign the Gender Parity Panel Pledge: Say NO to speaking engagements and decision-making roundtables that don’t meet the highest standard of fairness
Rosemary Morgan @RosemaryJMorgan🔁A1: The gender gap in the workforce is due to numerous factors, especially the often unconscious ideas in society that men make better leaders.
Maureen Kelley @maureen0kelley🔁"In global health, gender equity is quite literally a matter of life and death." Read 's full piece on Medium. Thanks for having us, , , , and followers. See you at .
KasiaHP @Kasia_HP🔁A8: I’m very proud of MSH for having a good gender profile on the Board of Directors and on the Senior Leadership Team. Of course, I am biased 😀
KasiaHP @Kasia_HP🔁A3: Put great female leaders at the top. Support women at mid-levels & stretch them as much or more than you would men. Create work environments that put a priority on collaboration & emotional intelligence over zero-sum competition. Focus on long-term impact.
PracticalVoter @PracticalVoter🔁We're joining the chat starting now because the 2018 Report from showed us the that men still hold the decisionmaking power. We need more !
Nicole Klutz @phonaknicole🔁A3: Mentorship is key! 63% of women in the workforce don’t have a mentor? is challenging that statistic by igniting the next generation of leaders with life-long mentorship.
IPM @IPMicrobicides🔁Yes - including involving women in all aspects of R&D, from design to delivery. twitter.com
Gisela Abbam @gmabbam🔁We're participating in the twitter chat with for the next hour! Looking forward to a productive discussion on why & how orgs should work towards more gender-equal leadership.
René Sparks @rene_sparks🔁A3: Top leadership commitment - examples include and his leadership to appointment women in his senior leadership team and in the Director level. We need men, women and all genders to value women’s contributions.
Gisela Abbam @gmabbam🔁A9: Our call to action for is for more women to be selected for leadership roles in and for policies to take account of the challenges & vulnerabilities of women globally.
Gisela Abbam @gmabbam🔁Thank you all for this productive & inspiring conversation! We look forward to pushing for real progress together. See you at !
Gisela Abbam @gmabbam🔁See you at ! Don't miss our official side event on the role of the in achieving with Abt's Diana Silimperi & speakers from :
Rosemary Morgan @RosemaryJMorgan🔁 A9: We have a lot of call to actions!
3) We call the global health community to recognize leaders, like we do at our gala with where we will name 9 Heroines, stay tuned: names released Sunday evening!
Centre for Gender & Global Health @UCLGenderHealth🔁What we want:
1. Free, safe and legal abortions
Kerry Cooke @Kcooke5🔁With innovation and creativity, Metis is really bridging the gap. #GlobalHealthWomen twitter.com
FACES for the Future @FACES4Future🔁A5 To strengthen the pipeline of , we start at H.S. & college levels w/ orgs like & . It's critical to address head-on concerns about working in countries, cultures that are challenging for women that may come with this field.
Shabina Hussain @shab302611🔁Women admitted to medicine late, profession set up by men for men, kept women out for a long time. Historical discrimination against women in education and work explains why men dominate top jobs.
KasiaHP @Kasia_HP🔁Women are 70% of the workforce — but only 25% of leadership. We're discussing how organizations can close this gap during 's chat May 17 at 10 am ET. Join us!
Global Health Corps @ghcorps🔁Gotta say, seeing all this love pre- has me so pumped. THANKS! BTW: I regularly bring together a group of awesome women leaders from other coalitions as part of my commitment to the sisterhood. Couldn't do work without them.
@globalhealthtweets @whyglobalhealth🔁Targets for gender parity, transparency, publish data on pay and staffing. It’s not up to women to lean in and change, its up to orgs to acknowledge have a problem and fix it.
Angelina Pratt @toblogtoday🔁A2: Gender affects the entire agenda.
Shreya Bhatt @shreyakbhatt🔁A8: At our work is driven by community health workers and nurses - who are primarily made up of networks of women - providing care to mothers and children. This keeps women and children at the center of everything we do. 🚺 ♀️
RinGs @RinGsRPC🔁A4: Policy to have gender equal finalist list for awards. We co-authored a research paper about this with , only 1 in 10 awards are given to women:
Caroline Barrett @CarolineB03🔁so glad to see this conversation about . reminder that full participation / representation of *women* does not = *div twitter.com ersity*. need perspectives of women from minority groups, global south, queer women, etc.
Cultural Practice, LLC @CP4Dev🔁During today's chat led by the importance of stories was emphasized again and again. At CP, we use mixed method app twitter.com roaches - one way we collect stories is via Most Significant Change. Read one example of our work:
Shelly Tognazzini @stognazzini🔁We at advocate for an intersectionality accountability framework in for addressing gender & intersections (race, economic, religion etc). Thought leaders have spoken about this lens
Carine Umuhumuza @CarineUmu🔁That's all we have time for! Thank you all for joining the conversation. We hope to continue the discussion offline at !
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Katri Bertram @KatriBertram🔁A9: Bring --especially women & members of traditionally marginalized groups--to the decision-making table. Consult them, meaningfully engage them in identifying health priorities and devising solutions to address them!
Katri Bertram @KatriBertram🔁A9: Guaranteeing women's & girls’ access to quality care—and ensuring supportive work environments where female health providers’ and managers’ voices are valued—will help close the gender gap and move countries closer toward achieving the UHC.
Katri Bertram @KatriBertram🔁Lead from the top. leaders must state this as a priority
as Normalise women’s leadership & ensure all leaders - men and women are gender transformative leaders.
João Carapinha, Ph.D @joaocarapinha🔁A6: We have to ensure that we are inclusively supporting women from all backgrounds to reach . Here’s how is mentoring two impressive leaders from Zimbabwe and India - Cynthia Tendai Mugwira and Chaitali Das.
Laura Hoemeke @laurahoemeke🔁A6: Join Call to Commitments for Gender Equality from all leaders - are many who made them
Gargi ✊🏾🏳️🌈 @XGargi🔁A2 Many big challenges in global health predominantly impact women, such as
, and increasingly . Tackling these
challenges can be faster with gender parity: women in the room, asking bold
questions, testing solutions.
Mira Mehes @miramehes🔁IN 15 mins! (11:30 am EST) Join our Twitter chat to discuss the essential role of women as patients, providers, advocates, and innovators in
Carlos del Rio @CarlosdelRio7🔁A4: More and more, policies that are specific to women are becoming relevant more broadly, but in particular, having good family leave, lactation and anti-harassment policies is very important
WomenInGlobalHealth @womeninGH🔁Lead & collaborate. Support & fund workplan GPW13, espec , address gender in , support female health workers who will deliver UHC, recognise & fix
ann keeling @annvkeeling🔁Lead & collaborate. Support & fund workplan GPW13, espec , address gender in , support female health workers who wil twitter.com l deliver UHC, recognise & fix