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Sarah Kosgei

Sarah Kosgei

Networks and Partnerships Manager, Amref Health Africa

Sarah is the Networks and Partnerships Manager at the Institute of Capacity Development. She has over 10 years’ experience providing leadership to multi-country programs geared towards strengthening the capacity of the health system for sustainable health in Eastern, Central, and Southern Africa. She also part of the Women in Global Health – Africa Hub secretariat domiciled at Amref Health Africa, a Regional Chapter that provides a platform for discussions and a collaborative space for gender-transformative leadership within Africa. Sarah is also a member of the Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Human Resources for Health (HRH) sub-committee in Kenya. She has degrees in Public Health and an Executive Masters in Business Administration (Saúde global, Leadership and Management). Sarah is a passionate advocate for primary health care and gender equality in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Medical students attend Medical Students for Choice conference, where they learn best practices around contraceptive use and safe abortion. Crédito: Yagazie Emezi/Getty Images/Images of Empowerment.
Members of the Muvubuka Agunjuse youth club. Crédito: Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images/Imagens de empoderamento
Agente comunitário de saúde | Agente de saúde comunitária Agnes Apid (eu) com Betty Akello (R) e Caroline Akunu (Centro). Agnes está fornecendo às mulheres aconselhamento e informações sobre planejamento familiar | Jonathan Torgovnik/Getty Images/Imagens de empoderamento
A landscape image of a village near the dry salt lake Eyasi in northern Tanzania. Crédito da imagem: Pixabay user jambogyuri
Lydia Kuria é enfermeira e responsável pelas instalações do Amref Kibera Health Center.
Marygrace Obonyo showing a mother how to perform back exercises during pregnancy.
Tony Muzira, Assessor Juvenil da Universal Health Care Africa: “Os governos devem tornar as informações e serviços de SSR serviços essenciais para os jovens, ou então podemos ter um baby boom pós COVID-19.”