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K4Health March News: Upcoming Webinar, Melinda Gates, and More

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K4Health Newsletter | March Issue
Volume 8 | Issue 3
March 28 Webinar: How to Adapt Existing Global Health Content 
Join the IBP Initiative and K4Health on Tuesday, March 28 from 9-10am ET for a webinar inspired by our recently-released content adaptation guide, Making Content Meaningful (available in English and French). Webinar speakers will discuss how to make informed decisions in the content adaptation process and present two real-life case studies of content adaptation.

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Melinda Gates: How Family Planning Became
"My Life's Work"

“My family, my career, and my life as I know it are all a direct result of contraceptives.” - Melinda Gates

Last week, Family Planning Voices featured an accomplished storyteller and advocate for women and girls everywhere: Melinda Gates. In her post, she speaks about her path to family planning and how the family planning community is coming together this summer in London to ensure that women and girls everywhere have the opportunities and choices they deserve.

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Changing Uganda’s Public Health Landscape One Flash Mob at a Time

In 2011, a group of Ugandan public health students at Kampala’s International Health Sciences University began learning to salsa dance in their free time. Today, this informal group has matured into Public Health Ambassadors Uganda, a respected and rapidly growing youth-led public health organization that uses music, dance, poetry, and drama to communicate and connect communities with vital sexual and reproductive health information, services, and products.

RSVP for April 19 Global Digital Health Network (GDHN) Meeting

Join GDHN on April 19 from 9:30-11:30am ET for its monthly meeting, which will highlight digital health collaborations in Sierra Leone and the results of the recent 5th AeHIN General Meeting, which focused on using ICT to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. Participants can join in-person (in Washington, DC) or remotely. You must RSVP to join.

Flash mob photo courtesy of Public Health Ambassadors Uganda. Melinda Gates photo courtesy of The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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