Elesha Kingshott is Founder and Principal at Kingshott Consulting where she works with organizations to ensure they have the strategy, financial resources, and political support to respond to the world’s most pressing challenges. She is consulting with the SCTG to develop a global advocacy strategy to ensure that self-care gets the necessary attention, focus, and support at the global level. Elesha has 15 years of experience working with nonprofits, governments, and multilateral organizations. Her work focuses on reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health, early childhood development, gender, and health systems.
As governments and global bodies collectively work toward universal health coverage, self-care is an important — if not critical — element. Self-care equips people to act as informed agents of and protect their own health, ...
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