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MWIA Reappoints Eleanor As President

The Medical Women’s International Association (MWIA), an international non-governmental organization of female doctors and dentists, has reappointed Eleanor Nwadinobi as president.

Founded in 1919 in New York, the association approved the composition of its Executive Committee for the 2022-2025 Triennium at its 32nd MWIA International Congress, held in Taipei, Taiwan from June 24 to June 26, 2022, with Dr. Nwadinobi as President.

Dr. Nwadinobi unveiled the triennial theme for the 2022/2025 triennium, titled “One humanity – health solutions through our partnerships.” She will begin her second three-year term as President of the organization, having led it since 2019.

“I am grateful to God,” she said, sharing her joy. I am deeply humbled and thrilled to have the opportunity to serve as president of our esteemed Association.”

Some of her accomplishments in the MWIA include providing an opportunity for medical women to meet and discuss issues concerning humanity’s health and well-being.

Promoting the general interest of medical women through cooperation, friendship, and understanding, regardless of race, religion, or political beliefs.

The organization also strives to eliminate gender disparities in the medical profession and promote global health, with a focus on women, health, and development.

The organization also strives to eliminate gender disparities in the medical profession and promote global health, with a focus on women, health, and development.

Regarding her plans for the new term, she stated that “health is wealth, and health for one is health for all.” Here, we anchor our efforts to ensure that MWIA becomes the global health reference point. We value the health workforce and frontline responders, 70% of whom are women.

“As medical women, we are recalibrating and repositioning ourselves to have a transformative impact.” Partnerships for health solutions thus constitute a global strategy emphasizing the need for a holistic, collaborative, and integrated approach. We will invest in strategic and integrated partnerships while advocating for innovative and contextualized health solutions that will have a positive impact in each of our regions.”

Dr. Nwadinobi is a well-known development practitioner and public speaker on topics such as health, women’s peace and security, violence against women and girls, and human rights.

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The Medical Women’s International Association (MWIA), an international non-governmental organization of female doctors and dentists, has reappointed Eleanor Nwadinobi as president.

Founded in 1919 in New York, the association approved the composition of its Executive Committee for the 2022-2025 Triennium at its 32nd MWIA International Congress, held in Taipei, Taiwan from June 24 to June 26, 2022, with Dr. Nwadinobi as President.

Dr. Nwadinobi unveiled the triennial theme for the 2022/2025 triennium, titled “One humanity – health solutions through our partnerships.” She will begin her second three-year term as President of the organization, having led it since 2019.

“I am grateful to God,” she said, sharing her joy. I am deeply humbled and thrilled to have the opportunity to serve as president of our esteemed Association.”

Some of her accomplishments in the MWIA include providing an opportunity for medical women to meet and discuss issues concerning humanity’s health and well-being.

Promoting the general interest of medical women through cooperation, friendship, and understanding, regardless of race, religion, or political beliefs.

The organization also strives to eliminate gender disparities in the medical profession and promote global health, with a focus on women, health, and development.

The organization also strives to eliminate gender disparities in the medical profession and promote global health, with a focus on women, health, and development.

Regarding her plans for the new term, she stated that “health is wealth, and health for one is health for all.” Here, we anchor our efforts to ensure that MWIA becomes the global health reference point. We value the health workforce and frontline responders, 70% of whom are women.

“As medical women, we are recalibrating and repositioning ourselves to have a transformative impact.” Partnerships for health solutions thus constitute a global strategy emphasizing the need for a holistic, collaborative, and integrated approach. We will invest in strategic and integrated partnerships while advocating for innovative and contextualized health solutions that will have a positive impact in each of our regions.”

Dr. Nwadinobi is a well-known development practitioner and public speaker on topics such as health, women’s peace and security, violence against women and girls, and human rights.

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