By Eszter Kismödi, Jane Cottingham, Sofia Gruskin and Alice M. Miller, published in Global Public Health.
By Sofia Gruskin, published in the United Nations Foundation Blog.
Professor Sofia Gruskin participated in the Visions of Care: Reconstructing Health Practices Seminar at Princeton University where she spoke in the opening plenary, "Humanitarianism and the Human Right to Health." The full-day event was open to the Princeton community including faculty, students, scholars and other professionals interested in human sciences, policies and medical humanities. The … Continue reading Professor Gruskin presents at Princeton health practices seminar
Professor Sofia Gruskin traveled to New York as a member of the guidance group for a Global Commission on HIV and the Law stocktaking exercise hosted by the United Nations Development Program. Two years since the launch of the Global Commission report, UNDP hosted the meeting to establish a framework for determining the effectiveness of … Continue reading New York UNDP meeting focuses on HIV, human rights and law
By Sofia Gruskin, Kelly Safreed-Harmon, Chelsea L. Moore, Riley J. Steiner and Shari L. Dworkin, published in Reproductive Health Matters.
By Gitau Mburu, Mala Ram, Danielle Oxenham, Choolwe Haamujompa, Kate Iorpenda and Laura Ferguson, published in Children and Youth Services Review.
Professor Laura Ferguson is working with the World Bank Group to conduct an impact evaluation with an embedded process evaluation for Maternal and Child Nutritional and Health Results Project. Implemented by the government of The Gambia and using a results-based financing (RBF) mechanism the $8.68 million grant will bring community-based nutrition and primary health care … Continue reading World Bank maternal, child nutrition and health results project underway in The Gambia
By Inês Dourado, Sarah MacCarthy, Carlos Lima, Maria Amélia Veras, Ligia Kerr, Ana Maria de Brito and Sofia Gruskin, published in AIDS Care.
Professor Sofia Gruskin was selected to be a New Champion Leader for the United Nations Foundation’s "Why We Care" campaign which pulls together a diverse group of leaders to share their words and champion for global reproductive rights. The collection of stories is intended to influence and offer support to philanthropists, media professionals, policymakers and … Continue reading Reproductive rights leaders share “Why We Care” in storytelling campaign
By Sofia Gruskin and T.K. Sundari Ravindran, published in Global Public Health.