Kennedy Odede

Kennedy is one of Africa’s best- known community organizers and social entrepreneurs. For twenty-three years Kennedy lived in the Kibera Slum, the largest slum in Africa, where he experienced the devastating realities of life in extreme poverty first hand. The oldest of eight children, he became a street-child at the age of ten. Still, he …

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Finishing the Unfinished Revolution

WHY EXPERTS SAY CULTURAL BIASES ARE THE BIGGEST THREAT TO THE FUTURE OF WOMEN’S HEALTH. Gains in women’s health in the past few decades have been extraordinary: maternal and child mortality rates have plummeted; access to family planning has increased; and clinical research includes women–and their special health concerns–in larger and larger numbers. But there’s …

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Finishing the Unfinished Revolution

WHY EXPERTS SAY CULTURAL BIASES ARE THE BIGGEST THREAT TO THE FUTURE OF WOMEN’S HEALTH. Gains in women’s health in the past few decades have been extraordinary: maternal and child mortality rates have plummeted; access to family planning has increased; and clinical research includes women–and their special health concerns–in larger and larger numbers. But there’s …

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