Innovative Leadership for
Maternal and Child Health
By Florian Fanuel on Nov 27, 2015
I took my seven-month-old son to the health clinic recently (after winning a debate with my wife about who would be better positioned to skip a few hours of work in the morning). He was due to be weighed and to get his Vitamin A drops.
Reaching the clinic, I was surprised to see that there were no other men there. I was welcomed by smiling, yet curious faces, and with questions from the women who were waiting to be attended. I wondered whether their curiousity was due to the fact that I was a man carrying a clinic bag [diaper bag]—an uncommon sight in Uganda—or did they think I was lost and had found myself to the children’s section of the clinic?
By Patricia Paddey on Nov 20, 2015
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By Mary Ajwang on Nov 06, 2015
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