15 Minutes to Change the World - CARE Canada's podcast

In the final episode of our March4Women series, we speak with Everjoice Win, an activist in feminist and social justice movements in her country, Zimbabwe, the African continent and globally for over 30 years. Everjoice speaks passionately about decolonizing aid and localization in the context of international development and humanitarian work—and how women are leading the charge in this very critical area.

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Vancouver Youth CARE Committee (YCC) at a Walk In Her Shoes event

CARE Canada is extremely fortunate to receive support for our mission and work from so many different individuals, groups, companies and organizations. Kayla Chutter and Jasmine Renn, two members of The Vancouver Youth CARE Committee, share the story of how this special group of young people came to be, past and future initiatives, advice to young people wanting to make a difference and more.

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COVID-19 vaccination in Bangladesh, March 2021. Photo: Asafuzzaman Captain/CARE Bangladesh

In the global vaccine debate about who pays for doses, how much they cost, and how to ship them to lower income countries, the world is overlooking the most important factor: Who makes sure people get vaccines?

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15 Minutes to Change the World - CARE Canada's podcast

In the third episode of our March4Women series, we speak with Cindy Karugia, Financial Advisor at the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), about financial and corporate inclusion and leadership. Cindy also lends her time and expertise to nonprofit organizations like G(irls) 20, YWCA Canada, and Equal Voice Canada, and we are thrilled to have her as a Board member at CARE Canada.

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Mrs. Boukari is a nurse. She works at a community health unit that supports those effected by COVID-19 in Togo. Lina Mensah/CARE

In today’s episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we’re talking about how women are leading in health care, the complexities of global health in a post-COVID-19 world and health equity. Our guest is Dr. Sameera Hussain, who is the newly anointed Adjunct Professor at the University of Ottawa’s School of Epidemiology and Public Health.

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International Women's Day march in South Sudan, March 8, 2019

We’ve been talking about localization of aid in the humanitarian sector for decades. Localization is the process of recognizing and respecting that decision-making on aid and its implementation should ultimately rest with the affected communities in order to better address needs.

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15 Minutes to Change the World podcast: 15 Minutes on a Global Vaccination Response

In this episode of 15 Minutes to Change the World, we’re talking about a global vaccination response with Julia Anderson, the CEO of CanWaCH—the Canadian Partnership for Women and Children’s Health.

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