Ann Starrs on the power of community advocacy
In the midst of a long and busy week of discussions and events around the annual meeting of the United Nations General Assembly, FCI president Ann Starrs sat down for an interview on the critical role of communities in demanding accessible, high-quality health services.
“Women and their families,” she says, “have to be active, they have to understand what their rights are in terms of access to health care, in terms of access to information, and they have to demand that their political leaders, locally and nationally, make these services available and make these services high quality. If you don’t have that kind of demand and that kind of momentum in place, then any changes that get implemented are not going to be sustainable.”
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