SafeHands joins the #ThrivingTogether campaign to highlight the world’s most important yet ignored environmental action.
Last Wednesday, SafeHands Founder Director, Nancy Durrell McKenna, took to the Power Stage at Women Deliver to talk about the power of photography and film to tackle big subjects and spark action and change.
Opening Friday 7th June, the Royal British Columbia Museum in Victoria, BC. will feature the photographic work of SafeHands’ Founder Director, Nancy Durrell McKenna.
Tuesday, May 14th, 44 Fabulous Females gathered to discuss how to make the world better for women globally.
SafeHands and our partners will showcase our work at Women Deliver through a power stage talk, satellite events, film festival and a photography exhibition. Join us for any of these sessions or get in touch to learn more about our multimedia approach to deliver last mile health messages.
We will be talking about the work we do to put vital sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) information into the hands of women and girls to make full, free and informed choices.
This International Day of the Midwife, SafeHands Founder Director, Nancy Durrell McKenna reflects back on her 30 years experiences photographing and filming births and the work of midwives in the UK and abroad.
Lesley is Head of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at St. Mary's Hospital, Imperial College London and the 30th President of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
Guest Blog Post by Charlie Cadbury from our partner Say It Now
Last Thursday, I was invited to an intimate session at the Royal Institute hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. The foundation had invited representatives from leading healthcare charities and governing bodies. The title of the session was “Making The Case For Global Health” and it was fascinating to hear the macro view of one of my business heroes, William Henry Gates III.
In my household, my mom gave my older sister and me a flowery gift box to keep our tampons and pads in under the bathroom sink. It wasn’t supposed to ever be something shameful – if anything, it added to the intrigue of periods for me before I started my own – but as I reflect on period stigma, I can’t help but wondering if this added or removed period shame within our household? Does wanting privacy about my period mean I was ashamed of it?
This Mother’s Day, share your own bloody good chat with your mum about periods in your family. #LetsTalkPeriodsMum
You’ve heard people talk about them, but what exactly is a menstrual cup?
Go to www.itsamenstrualcup.com and learn more about the sustainable, reusable, convenient menstrual product which is changing lives around the world.