Young Champions of Maternal Health Continue to Progress & Lead Change
ShareEmailPrint To learn more, read: In Transition by Anna DionFacts for Life by Carolina DamásioFocusing on My Idea by Egwaoje Ifeyinwa MaduSharpening My Educational Skills by Faatimaa AhmadiFinally Meeting My “Nigerian Family” by Faisal SirajMy Feet are Off the Ground by Hellen Mammeja KotloloTightrope Enterprises by Julianne ParkerWorking Hard… by María Laura CasalegnoYes, We Can Do It by Martha Fikre AdenewAll Crammed In… by Onikepe Oluwadamilola OwolabiFamily Planning or STI Prevention? by Peris WakeshoPoverty in Paradise – Plight of the Tukang Suun by Sara Al-LamkiGetting My Empathetic Gordon Gecko On by Seth CochranNewsflash: Development Gives Rise to Oldest Occupation by Yeabsira MehariWhat Next? by Zubaida BaiShare this: Posted on April 4, 2011November 13, 2014Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)The Young Champions of Maternal Health have continued to contribute blogs on their progress implementing projects with Ashoka Fellows around the world. This month, the Young Champions share their insights into topics as diverse as making the most out of the few short months left in the Young Champion program, different strategies for leading and managing a citizen sector organization, the ever-present challenge of ensuring that the most marginalized populations are not forgotten, and beginning the process of applying learnings from the placement with an Ashoka Fellow to one’s own ideas and work. All this and much more! You can click through to their individual blog posts below. They will continue to blog about their experiences every month, and you can learn more about Ashoka, the Maternal Health Task Force at EngenderHealth, the individual Young Champions, and the program here. Enjoy!