For decades, global health funding and partnership models have been shaped by unequal power dynamics that disenfranchise communities served. We talked to Angela Nguku about decolonizing global health funding, investing in and measuring what matters, creating equitable partnerships, and fostering a culture of accountability.
Angela Nguku is the Founder and Executive Director of White Ribbon Alliance, Kenya. She is a passionate maternal, newborn, and adolescent health champion. Angela’s career spans over 15 years of dedicated work toward ending preventable maternal and newborn deaths globally and amplifying the voices of marginalized populations in Kenya, throughout Africa, and around the world.
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