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The State of Women and Leadership in Global Health

Women who are 90% of frontline health workers and 70% of the overall global health workforce – remain just as overlooked for senior leadership roles as they were five years ago, according to a new report from Women in Global Health.


The State of Women and Leadership in Global Health documents a XX Paradox in global health, where women hold just 25% of senior leadership roles in a sector they largely deliver. The report highlights the impacts of continuing systemic bias against women in leadership and lacklustre implementation of policy initiatives to advance greater gender equity.


Read the full report below:

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