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twisi

Who are you and what do you want from Mesh?

I am a social impact innovator, sustainable development practitioner working at the intersection of women health and livelihoods. I am here to connect and learn more about public engagement in health research.

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balabode

Who are you and what do you want from Mesh?

Olabode Moses commented:

Iam a Participatory Community Engagement Practitioner passionate about how much health indices can be improved using sustainable creative strategies that are community driven and people oriented. I studied Theatre Arts and have ...

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ngaom81

Who are you and what do you want from Mesh?

Ngao Mwavuna commented:

I describe myself as a Human Services, Civic Engagement and Social Justice elite. Am particularly interested on Disability Inclusive development especially on domains of health, education, employment and information. The aforementioned agenda ...

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Recent Blog Posts

dbogecho

Three PhD Studentships based in Kenya

Please advertise these three studentships among your networks! KEMRI-WT is advertising three fantastic PhD Studentships based in Kilifi, Kenya. These ...

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dbogecho

Participatory Action Research in Action

This blog post is by Nothando Ngwenya of the Africa Health Research Institute. It originally appeared here on www.e-mops.ning.com on ...

1 month ago • 1 comment (Last comment: 1 month ago)
Susan

Grants for the development of LMIC research ethics courses

International Research Ethics Education and Curriculum Development Award (R25) https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PAR-19-244.html Application Due Date: June 4, 2019 The goal of this ...

1 month ago • 1 comment (Last comment: 1 month ago)
dbogecho

Exciting PhD Studentship in ethics & biobanking

The KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme in Kilifi, Kenya is hosting a 3 year fully-funded PhD Studentship on "The value, benefits ...

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sscher

“Rethinking Health Care Ethics”: new open access (free download) book from Palgrave Macmillan

I’m writing to announce my new book, Rethinking Health Care Ethics, published this past summer by Palgrave Macmillan (with endorsements ...

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