In this week’s episode, we interview Dorothy Kagendo about her academic, professional, and personal journey to becoming an expert in public health and microbiology. Dorothy shares with us innovative approaches to sanitation and the importance of inclusivity in STEM academia. Tune in!
Tune in to episode 15 to learn more about Jack O.’s role at Umande Trust. Jack O. brings a new perspective on governance in WASH and advocacy to strengthen the community. Here you can learn more about what goes into organizations like Umande Trust.
In this episode, Umande Interns, Jenny Jecrois, and Deanna Buba interviewed Community Health Volunteer, Judy and Women’s Health Activist, Cate on an in-depth discussion on period poverty, sanitation, and menstrual hygiene, and women empowerment. Make sure to have a pen and paper nearby as these two women provided excellent suggestions on promoting women’s health rights and how we can end period poverty.