A special project celebrating the fifth anniversary of “Our Views, Our Voices” | Learn more Jaime Barba, from Mexico, developed Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) after smoking for 32 years. When COVID-19 struck, the country converted the hospital at which Barba received treatment into a COVID facility, leaving him no place to be treated if […] Continue reading ->
A special project celebrating the fifth anniversary of “Our Views, Our Voices” | Learn more Joining Pallium India in 2014 gave Ashla Rani back her life. Rani fell off a moving train and suffered a spinal cord injury that left her bed-bound and dependent on others for almost everything. She became depressed, asking herself, ‘Why […] Continue reading ->
A special project celebrating the fifth anniversary of “Our Views, Our Voices” | Learn more  A young woman living in Vietnam has called on organizations and communities locally and globally to step up support for people living with noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) – especially multiple sclerosis (MS). “I call on the Vietnamese government to give economic […] Continue reading ->
Should the World Health Organization (WHO) intervene on social networks and other organic platforms that are providing health information? And, if so, how? These were pressing questions raised on Tuesday during a webinar presented by the Global Health Centre at the Graduate Institute Geneva in coordination with the Digital Health and Rights Project.  Project researchers […] Continue reading ->