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Partner Resistance Affects Contraceptive Use in Kenya

September 21, 2021

In Western Kenya, male partner resistance toward contraceptive use creates barriers to care for women and birthing people seeking access to contraception. A new publication in Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare highlights how the resistance that husbands and male partners may … Continued

Improving Maternal and Child Nutrition Is a Family Endeavor

July 16, 2021

Although most public health initiatives to improve maternal and child nutrition are aimed specifically at moms and their children, experts are gaining a clearer picture of the role that fathers, grandparents and other family members play in feeding practices and … Continued

Meet Allysha Choudhury, Doctoral Student in Maternal and Child Health

April 27, 2021

Morghen Philippi, graduate research assistant for Research, Innovation and Global Solutions, interviewed Allysha Choudhury about her previous global health work, her interests in implementation science, and her hopes for the field of global health. WHAT WAS YOUR BACKGROUND BEFORE ENROLLING … Continued