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Nari Maitree recognizes invaluable contribution of health workers

 VB  Desk

VB Desk

Tue, 9 Apr 24

Non-government women's development organization Nari Maitree, in collaboration with CORE Group, USA, participated the #SafeSupportedHealthWorkers campaign, coinciding with World Health Worker Week (April 1-7) and World Health Day (April 7).

The campaign, driven by the Frontline Health Workers Coalition of USA, aims to amplify the global call for greater funding and faster implementation of commitments to protect and support health workers. As part of this initiative, Nari Maitree and CORE Group, USA, are leveraging various social media platforms to advocate for the safety and well-being of health workers worldwide.

"We recognize the invaluable contributions of health workers, especially amidst the ongoing pandemic," said Shaheen Akter Dolly, Executive Director of Nari Maitree. "This campaign serves as a platform to amplify their voices and advocate for tangible actions to support their critical role in healthcare systems."

The #SafeSupportedHealthWorkers campaign seeks to influence policymakers and decision-makers to translate policies and promises into long-term investments in the health workforce and integration within health systems. Through strategic advocacy efforts, Nari Maitree and CORE Group, USA, aim to drive meaningful change and ensure the safety and well-being of health workers remain a top priority.

"We believe that by uniting advocates, practitioners, and communities, we can effectuate positive change in supporting health workers," stated Sophia Ladha, Project Manager at CORE Group, USA.

"Together, we are committed to driving greater awareness and action towards safeguarding the health workforce."

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