Women lead the way to a healthier India

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Women lead the way to a healthier India hrandall Wed, 10/25/2017 – 15:05 Oct 25, 2017 Erika Amaya Digital Communications Officer, PATH On DefeatDD’s trip to India earlier this year, I had the opportunity to meet with many dedicated colleagues working to reduce the toll of childhood diarrhea. As they guided our team through some of the communities most affected by a high burden of infectious disease,  residents shared  their challenges, successes, and hopes for the future.   Through these conversations, I learned that here, women are leading the charge for social change and health.   As our colleague Dr.

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Women lead the way to a healthier India

Women lead the way to a healthier India

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Women lead the way to a healthier India hrandall Wed, 10/25/2017 – 15:05 Oct 25, 2017 Erika Amaya Digital Communications Officer, PATH On DefeatDD’s trip to India earlier this year, I had the opportunity to meet with many dedicated colleagues working to reduce the toll of childhood diarrhea. As they guided our team through some of the communities most affected by a high burden of infectious disease,  residents shared  their challenges, successes, and hopes for the future.   Through these conversations, I learned that here, women are leading the charge for social change and health.   As our colleague Dr. Rajesh Khanna from Save the Children India’s Stop Diarrheoa Initiative pointed out this is a trend that should begin in  childhood

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