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Actions for decolonizing global health - Global Health Matters podcast

What are the colonial legacies in global health? And what impact have they had on how some health and health research programmes are run in Africa? In this episode, we speak to two visionary women leaders who tell us what’s wrong in global health and give concrete steps toward more equitable and inclusive partnerships. Host Garry Aslanyan speaks with Catherine Kyobutungi, Executive Director of the African Population and Health Research Center in Kenya, and Agnes Binagwaho, Vice Chancellor of the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda and former Minister of Health of Rwanda.

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Actions for Decolonizing Global Health