There are many possible definitions of leadership, and no single correct one.
This session spent most of its time discussing two clear challenges. The first is to try to maximise the opportunities revealed by the COVID crisis to realise just and equitable healthcare in the future. The second is to highlight the oft-neglected role that religious communities can play in doing so.
Digital technology can do many things to strengthen health systems.
Innovations in response to the pandemic are emerging everywhere.
The crisis has forced many of the world’s longer-term problems and opportunities into the background, but when the dust settles the need to solve those problems will be as urgent as it ever was. Please join the next Ahimsa event, to reflect together on this new #AhimsaRenaissance
ACT-Accelerator, FIND and IRD are seeking proposals to implement screening using SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Rapid Diagnostics tests (Ag-RDTs) in low and middle-income countries (LMICs).
As part of the Ahimsa Renaissance Movement, we offer to organize on a regular basis some motivating events to question the current situation and draw, together, positive responses. The proposed concept brings together experts from the world of [...]
by Charlotte Evans, Research Associate at Hotii Ts’eeda At the 2019 Ahimsa Forum, I had the opportunity to sit on a youth panel and discuss the future of global health with the recently retired Director-General of the United Nations [...]
by Ngawang Tenzin, Deputy Secretary at the Department of Health, Central Tibetan Administration The meaning of life for me has changed over the years. Growing up in a household stricken with poverty, as a little girl, I thought life [...]