FHWs will have five minutes on the Virtual Global Health Open Mic on 14 April

The following Frontline Health Workers will take to the mic for five minutes, before a global health discussion.

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Amani Twaha

Doctor,  Mbeya Zonal Referral Hospital, Tanzania

“In southern Tanzania we have piloted a very successful quasi study on a multidisciplinary approach in managing Perioperative Obstetric Hemorrhage.”


Atunde Ahmed Olarewaju

Researcher, Northeast Humanitarian Innovation Hub, Nigeria

“The redevelopment of conflict zones, cannot abandon the knowledge of contraceptives between women and girls affected by the crises, and I’ll love to share data driven insights that can inform policies and practices based on happenings in the Northeast of Nigeria; a zone being redeveloped after ten years of insurgent attacks.”

Carren Siele

Nurse, Lwala Community Alliance, Kenya

“I want to have my voice heard.”

Elizabeth Adhiambo

Community Health Worker, Mathare North Health Center, Kenya

“I want to share my own experience and my perspective on MNCH.”

Hiwot Wubshet

Country Director, Maternity Foundation, Ethiopia

I want to share our experiences with digital health tools.



John Wabwire

Community Health Worker/Advocate, CHW Impact CBO, Kenya

Frontline workers can provide antenatal care, promote healthy newborn care practices at home, provide immunizations, improve care seeking for neonatal illness by providing education in recognition of signs of illness, identify signs of newborn illness and refer sick infants to a health facility.”


Dr. Pandora Hardtman

Chief Nursing & Midwifery Officer of Jhpiego, Guyana and USA

“As an elected member of the International Confederation of Midwives Board Representing North America’s/ Caribbean , I continue to mix -global health administrative, advocacy and clinical duties, and am known for encouraging nurse-midwives to “push for change past the perineum”.”