Senior Program Officer, Georgetown University's Gender & Health
Courtney McLarnon-Silk is a Senior Program Officer at Georgetown University's Gender & Health strand of the Center of Child and Human Development, and brings 10 years of experience in research, programs, monitoring & evaluation, and capacity building in SBC and global health.
This webinar highlighted the role of religious leaders as important allies in promoting positive social norms for the reproductive health and well-being of young people and women, as well as the importance of partnerships and ...
Ce webinaire a mis en évidence le rôle des chefs religieux en tant qu'alliés importants dans la promotion de normes sociales positives pour l'engagement communautaire dans la santé et le bien-être reproductifs des jeunes et ...
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