An IntraHealth International Production
Women for Health SwitchPoint Virtual Exchange: The Power of Female Health Workers in Nigeria will amplify the voices of rural women health workers along with global leaders, artists, students and policy heads. This interactive virtual gathering will focus on the incredible impact female health workers can have and highlights a successful 8 year endeavor to engage rural women in building sustainable, impactful and lasting health systems. Addressing both the challenges and successes across communities facing multiple challenges, from health care access to internal displacement, trauma, shortages, and inequities, this SwitchPoint Virtual Exchange will dive in to the resilience and ingenuity of local leadership in addressing critical global health issues.
Founder and president of The Wellbeing Foundation Africa Mrs. Toyin Saraki will be the keynote speaker, kicking off a highly interactive and creative gathering featuring stories, presentations, performances and microlab workshops. Registration is free and open. Register here.
As Founder-President of The Wellbeing Foundation Africa (WBFA), Mrs. Toyin Saraki is a Nigerian advocate for women’s and children’s health and empowerment, with two decades of advocacy covering reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health; ending gender-based discrimination and violence; and improving education, socio-economic empowerment, and community livelihoods in sub-Saharan Africa.