Ethics & Engagement across the Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Programmes
Picturing gender, ethics and health systems: A photo competition
The aim of this competition, organised by Research in Gender and Ethics (RinGs), a new cross-RPC partnership between Future Health Systems, ReBUILD and RESYST, is to capture the everyday stories of the ways that gender…Continue
Added by Dina Rippon on July 31, 2014 at 17:02 — No Comments
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Today - Weds 30th July 2014, the…Continue
By Sally Theobald, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, UK
The Malawi Broadcasting Corporation – MBC - has established 122 radio listening clubs across the nation. MBC works through district and traditional structures to establish these clubs, which aim to bring the voices and experiences of Malawian communities to the airwaves. Programme director, Joshua Chirwa, explained how radio listening clubs work to engage different individuals within communities, uplift livelihoods…Continue
Added by Dina Rippon on July 22, 2014 at 8:50 — No Comments
Blog post by: Sally Theobald, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
What is the global health bioethics network?
The Global Health Bioethics Network is a collaboration between the five Wellcome Trust Major Overseas Programmes (MOPs) in Kenya, Thailand-Laos, South Africa, Vietnam, and Malawi and the Ethox Centre at the University of Oxford. Funded through a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award, the Network aims to: promote and support ethical reflection within MOPs;…Continue
So now am back in office in Kilifi, and can't help but reflect on the activities of last week; the summer school in Malawi - although it was winter (and not summer in Malawi). Apart from the cold - and some of us had very thin layers of clothes and on occasion horded around other seeking a bit of warmth - it was absolutely amazing; Malawi is a beautiful country, and the people are amazing; the summer school had an array of programme that provided diversity in topics and commonality in focus…Continue
Added by Francis Kombe on July 6, 2014 at 21:48 — No Comments