Interview at Global Network of Public Health Nursing International Conference 2019 May 2019, Nairobi, Kenya. Empowerment of Women with Professional Nursing Leadership in Humane Health Care Reform. The only model that looks to unrecognized women in their villages as the source of knowledge, strength, and power. With Train the Trainer programs for community health workers and nurses to learn how to supervise.
May 2019 Updates
May 2019 Updates – Presented my global health work, link attached, at the Global Network of Public Health Nursing (GNPHN) International Conference May 2019 in Nairobi, Kenya. Profound validations and contacts made for our project “Grassroots Empowerment of Women as Gatekeepers of the Health of the Community”, with follow-up meetings and contacts in Rwanda the following week. Our project is unique for it focuses on women in rural villages as the source of knowledge of the health needs of the community – ‘Women Empowered Health and Well Being’ in keeping with WHO and UN Development Goals. The only project and model that focuses honestly on unrecognized women as the power source in communities. Once health needs validated with schools/parents/teachers, community health workers, and local authorities, we will develop Train the Trainer programs for local community health workers and nurses to learn how to supervise.
All public health nursing educators and practitioners from across the globe are welcome to be involved in assessment of needs and development of Train the Trainer programs, with evaluation. A thrilling global model of empowerment of women as leaders in health of themselves, their families, and communities.
Rwanda March 2016
Rwanda March 2016 visit with NGO Uyisenga Ni Imanzi – a profile of our Concept Note/Proposal “Grassroots Empowerment of Women as Gatekeepers of the Health of the Community”. Global Perspectives on Health
NGO Uyisenga N’ Manzi, March 2016, Kigali Rwanda
With Chaste Ywihore, Executive Director of Uyisenga N’ Manzi, Kilgali, Rwanda, March 2016. Gift