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Emotions During Pregnancy and How to Handle Them

Pregnancy is getting company inside one’s skin. – Maggie Scarf (American writer, journalist, and lecturer)

Pregnant women frequently experience mood swings as a result of the fluctuating hormone levels that occur throughout pregnancy. When a woman is pregnant, her body goes through changes that might be difficult for her emotions. The hormones estrogen and progesterone rise at this time, which can result in a wide range of emotions and moods, particularly during the first trimester.

There are additional elements that affect mood swings during pregnancy in addition to what occurs physically. When a woman encounters a significant change in her life, she may experience a range of emotions, including excitement and fear about what the future may contain. A woman’s emotions during pregnancy may also be influenced by changes to her social life, body image, and general health.

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Typical Pregnancy Feelings and Emotions

  • Disorientation

Pregnancy brain, as it is sometimes referred to, can be brought on by hormonal changes during pregnancy. Even though the brain is not altering, anything a person goes through during this period can make it simple for them to become forgetful. As the woman’s attention shifts to becoming a parent, an increase in hormones have an impact on some brain circuits.

  • Anxiety

Anxiety is one of the most typical feelings experienced throughout pregnancy. During this period, a pregnant woman has a lot on her mind, which can make her feel worried. She experiences more worry and fear throughout pregnancy biologically speaking. This is a result of her body mentally preparing her to protect and care for her child after birth.

  • Excitement

One of the strongest feelings a pregnant woman has is joy. After months of getting to know her child in the womb, a woman’s joy and excitement only intensify as the time to hold her baby draws near. The mother and child might become even closer by sharing pleasurable moments before the baby is born.

  • Sadness

Pregnancy alters many aspects of a person’s life, including how she looks, feels, and how she interacts with others. In light of these changes, some pregnant women may feel depressed about their new normal. It is advisable to discuss depression during pregnancy with her doctor if the person’s sadness seems to be more severe than just a passing emotion.

  • Stress

While stress might be the most common, anxiety and fear are all related emotions throughout pregnancy. Health-related concerns, making doctor’s appointments, and getting ready for the birth of your child are just a few sources of stress that can arise throughout pregnancy. It is crucial to take a moment to breathe deeply and move slowly due to how hectic this time is.

 

How to Manage Feelings and Emotions During Pregnancy

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  • Communicate

Talking about your feelings is the best method to control your emotions throughout pregnancy. Pregnant women are recommended to be open with their partners, friends, family, doctors, or anybody else they are comfortable around.  Through communication, family members can learn how one is feeling and how they can support if necessary.

  • Consult the doctor

If learning how to manage emotions while pregnant is too much, it is advised to talk to the doctor about the best course of action.  For the doctor to help identify anything that may be more urgent or severe than typical mood swings, it is always ideal to be open and honest throughout appointments.

  • Create Self-Care Time

It is simple to become preoccupied with other things while pregnant and forget to take time for oneself. It is critical to take breaks to maintain one’s happiness and health as the most important thing is to give oneself and the baby some space to unwind.

Mood swings during pregnancy are extremely frequent and encompass a wide spectrum of feelings. Both the mother and the child benefit from the mother being conscious of her sentiments as it promotes good mental and emotional health.

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Amb. Nkengasong, Inaugural Virchow Prize for Global Health Laureate, Donates €500,000

Press Release

John N. Nkengasong, inaugural Virchow Prize for Global Health laureate, donates €500,000 endowment to support efforts addressing health inequities in vulnerable populations.

African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) has been chosen to implement these activities in vulnerable populations in select African countries.

Berlin, November 22, 2022 – 2022 Virchow Prize for Global Health laureate, John N. Nkengasong, announces he is dedicating the €500,000 prize endowment to support programmes that will help address health inequities in vulnerable populations. The Virchow Foundation for Global Health will fulfil the endowment to the non-profit organisation and networking alliance, AFENET, to this end. Dr Nkengasong was awarded with the inaugural Virchow Prize on October 15, 2022 in Berlin in the presence of several hundred distinguished international guests from the global health community, diplomats, political leaders, and scientists from all over the world.

 

AFENET is a networking and service alliance of field epidemiology and laboratory training programmes with headquarters in Kampala, Uganda. Established in 2005 with the vision for a healthier Africa, AFENET operates in more than 40 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean regions of the World Health Organization. AFENET dedicates their strategic priorities to supporting ministries of health in Africa to build strong, effective, sustainable programmes and the capacity to improve public health systems on the continent. Specific goals of the networking alliance include strengthening field epidemiology and public health laboratory capacity to contribute effectively to addressing epidemics and other major public health problems in African countries.

“We at AFENET are very grateful to Dr John Nkengasong for giving us the opportunity to be part of this glorious and historic award. We are excited that he has chosen AFENET to implement the endowment to address inequities in vulnerable populations. We applaud Dr Nkengasong for selflessly dedicating the entire award money to addressing the needs of the vulnerable. We commit to managing the funds prudently for the intended purpose. Congratulations Dr Nkengasong!” says AFENET Executive Director, Dr Simon Antara.

About the Virchow Prize for Global Health

The Virchow Prize for Global Health was awarded for the first time in 2022 under the High Patronage of German Federal President, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and is endowed with €500,000. It recognises outstanding lifetime achievements in the field of global health that align and uphold the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. John N. Nkengasong was honoured for his long-standing commitment and contributions to improving health worldwide. His accomplishments in addressing complex global health challenges, making healthcare accessible to the world’s most vulnerable, and implementing systemic and holistic organisations to shaping the global health landscape are unparalleled. Nominations for the 2023 Virchow Prize for Global Health may now be submitted
from November 1, 2022 through March 31, 2023. Further information:

https://virchowprize.org/nominations/

2022 Virchow Prize for Global Health Award Ceremony Highlights

About the Virchow Foundation for Global Health

The Virchow Prize for Global Health is awarded by the Virchow Foundation for Global Health, an independent non-profit foundation under civic law. Based in Berlin and Münster, the Virchow Foundation for Global Health was established with the support of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina and Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, alongside civil society, and leading experts within global health, to contribute to the improvement of health worldwide.

Further information: https://virchowprize.org

Contact:
Steffi Gasteiger
Communication & Partnerships Manager
Virchow Foundation for Global Health
c/o Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities
Jägerstr. 22/23
DE-10117 Berlin, Germany
press@virchow.foundation

IMPACT 2022 Comes to a Close

From the start of the year’s IMPACT to the finish, there were several occasions for healing, sharing testimony, and having a great time in God’s presence.

All who arrived with high hopes were blessed by the lineup of woman and men of God who took turns ministering to the thousands of attendees at the event. It is safe to conclude that these anointed ministers of God were carefully chosen by the Apostle of strategic prayer, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams.

As on the other days of IMPACT 2022, there were numerous instrumental performances on the last day. A song ministration by the spirit-filled Voices of Triumph (VoT), psalmist Jonathan Rubain and Shadare Agboola, and a dance performance by Youth in Action were among these acts.

From left: Mrs. Rosa Whitaker Duncan-Williams, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams.

From the many lovely performances was a stunning musical performance by Lady Elsie Duncan-Williams Otoo, which began with a skit about her labor experience. She described how God came through for her and her child in a life-threatening scenario even though she had lost all of her strength and appeared to be lost and weary.

Along with other numerous anointed men of God, Rev. Eastwood Anaba, Prophet A. Agyeman Prempeh, and Rev. Dr. Robert Ampiah-Kwofi were present to help bridge the gap in spirituality through impartation, where the men of God placed their hands on each and every of the convention’s attendee on the final day.


Bishop Ebenezer Obodai delivered the closing remarks on behalf of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, bringing IMPACT 2022 to a formal close.

Were you a participant in this year’s IMPACT? God bless you and looking forward to seeing you next year for another great impact. If you did not partake, follow us on all our socials to keep you posted on IMPACT 2023. Leave any messages you may have in the comments below.

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IMPACT 2022 | What the Masses Are Expecting

IMPACT, the annual convention held at the Action Chapel International, Prayer Cathedral premises, which began this year’s encounter on the 27th of November, has seen thousands of people trooping in from all over the world in excitement and with various expectations. Indeed, God has, in the past few days of the convention used His servants to fulfill the expectations of His people in many ways.

So far, so good. Curses have been lifted, the sick have been restored, and prophecies have been given. Many people have benefited from the ministry and influence of Apostle Francina Norman, Pastor Jerry Eze, and Prophet A. Agyeman Prempeh, and even more, are waiting on God to use and bless them.

Here are some of the attendees’ expectations from the convention.

 

Photo of Edward Gidi on day 3 of IMPACT 2022.

This is Edward Gidi, and for IMPACT 2022, he hopes to encounter God’s presence and experience a breakthrough in all facets of his life. Edward expressed his specific excitement at being a part of this wonderful experience.

 

Photo of Eunice at IMPACT 2022.

Eunice, who strives to follow the way of Christ every day, is also hoping for a great miracle from God. She emphasized that she needed a miracle that will not only happen but will in itself also preach about God’s favor and love.

 

Photo of Pastor Albert Jenkins on day 3 of IMPACT 2022.

Pastor Albert Jenkins hopes that by the end of IMPACT 2022, he will not be the same. He added that he not only knows but has seen and heard of the wonders of God, and trusts that God is yet to perform many wonderful things in this year’s encounter.

 

 

Photo of Christmas at IMPACT 2022.

Christmas anticipates a personal encounter with the Holy Spirit, together with other participants in the convention. He believes that those who hope and pray can receive more and better things from God.

 

Photo of Chelsea, Abena, and Abigail on day 3 of IMPACT 2022.

The experience did not exclude friends. The hopes of Chelsea, Abena, and Abigail are the favor of God, to get to know Him more, to be blessed, and to have a great time even while He utilizes them in various ways.

 

Photo of Deladem Banini at IMPACT 2022.

First-time IMPACT participant, Deladem Banini, expects God to move mountains in her life and for her to enjoy spending time in His presence. She concluded by saying that she was leaving God the blank sheet. 

Are you believing God for a miracle in your life? Join IMPACT 2022 and expect God to do for you just as He is doing for others. Leave any messages you may have in the comments below.

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IMPACT 2022 – BRIDGING THE GAP

Over the years, God has used His servant, the Apostle of strategic prayer, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams to bless Ghanaians and several nations through conventions like IMPACT. Just like in years past, IMPACT promises to be bigger and even better this year. Resulting from the fact that God mightily uses His servants from different parts of the world to bless His people, the convention is the most anticipated of its kind. This year it runs from November 27 until December 4, with ‘Bridging The Gap’ as its theme.

A photo of the youth in worship at IMPACT 2022.

The first day of the annual convention saw the opening of IMPACT 2022 by Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, which started with the 100 Days Global Prayer led by Prophet Prince Elisha, followed by a powerful song ministration by the Voices of Triumph (VOT) choir and MC Korku Lumor’s introduction of prominent figures in the likes of the Vice President of the Republic of Liberia, H.E Dr. Jewel Cianeh Howard Taylor, team members of Apostle Francina Norman, and team members of Bishop Gregory Toussaint, among other equally prominent leaders.

While the audience waited for Apostle Francina Norman to take the stage for the evening’s session, a series of song ministrations took place, featuring musical and choral performances.

IMPACT 2022

“What you have lost is nothing compared to what is about to happen to you right now” – Apostle Francina Norman

IMPACT 2022, day 1 ended with a closing prayer led by Bishop Kibby Otoo.

Are you anticipating God’s manifestation in this year’s IMPACT? Follow Dominion TV on all of our social media platforms to stay updated and watch the live broadcast or tune in to Dominion TV on DStv channel 352 and GOtv channel 168.

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How To Mentally and Emotionally Support Persons Living with Cancer

“Cancer is a word, not a sentence.” – John Diamond (English Journalist)

Anyone affected by a cancer diagnosis may go through painful emotions. The news that someone has cancer may come as a shock, whether it is a friend, a loved one, or a family member. Being overburdened, depressed, furious, and bewildered are all common emotions. Simply hearing the word might paralyze one’s emotions as it is so unsettling.

Any of a broad number of illnesses known as cancer are ones in which abnormal cells form, multiply uncontrollably, have the capacity to invade healthy body tissue, and ultimately cause its destruction. It may spread to other parts of the body.

Although not every suggestion of support may be suitable for your loved one, try to follow your intuition and do what seems right to you when it comes to how to help loved ones who are dealing with cancer. Below are some recommendations.

  • Be prepared for a range of reactions and emotions

A cancer diagnosis does not necessarily spell death. Cancer therapy can be difficult, painful, and stretched out depending on the diagnosis and outlook, however, recovery is still possible. The most terrifying aspect of having cancer may be a person’s fear of the unknown.  It can be easier to be understanding and supportive when you are aware that intense emotional reactions are normal. Expected reactions could include, but are not limited to, uncertainty, loneliness, grief, fear, and rage. It is required of you to provide your assistance in these circumstances, no matter how challenging they may be.

  • Set aside any relationship misunderstanding

Misunderstandings in relationships can be difficult. Stress can bring up issues from the past and present. If these issues are not resolved, they may aggravate an already challenging circumstance. Misunderstandings of every kind can be set aside as a result. A peaceful, sympathetic, and supportive environment will support your loved one and help to keep everyone emotionally balanced.

  • Be optimistic, encouraging, and practical

Nobody appreciates a demeanor that downplays the gravity of any circumstance. Considering fighting cancer requires a tremendous amount of energy, having a positive outlook is crucial. It is very exhausting to be scared, confused, and afraid of dying, therefore, y our exuberance and encouraging words might be a crucial antidote in helping your loved one battle and heal. Every time you visit your loved one, think about putting on a projected positive and healing armor.

Photo source: Darina Belonogova

  • Visit only with approval, and understand when to leave

Cancer sufferers who are undergoing treatment are frequently worn out. They often do not appear their best, which may cause them to feel uncomfortable or degraded. Calling and finding out the best time to visit is advised. Keep in mind that people with cancer can get tired easily, so it may be advisable to make a few brief visits.

  • Be sure to be a source of a good laugh

Laughter has a healing effect and can lessen stress and tension related to illness. As a result, make sure to ask for recommendations for inspiring and humorous movies or television shows to watch with your loved one who has been diagnosed with cancer. Even if it lasts only a little while, laughter has the power to generate happy memories that will last a lifetime.

  • Talk about challenging topics

Depending on the circumstances, such conversations could involve making end-of-life plans while still doing your best to offer optimism. Cancer patients may need support and occasional advice when making treatment decisions, however, when you are asked, do not be hesitant to participate, but do so with discretion.

A person with cancer can greatly benefit from your love, support, and care during their journey.  Above everything, expressing concern for a loved one during a trying time can deepen your bond with them. 

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‘And If Your Right Hand Causes You to Stumble…’

If your right eye causes you to stumble, gouge it out and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to be thrown into hell. And if your right hand causes you to stumble, cut it off and throw it away. It is better for you to lose one part of your body than for your whole body to go into hell.” – Matthew 5:29-30 NIV

The Bible teaches that sin is a very serious matter to God. After Adam and Eve sinned, they were expelled from the Garden of Eden and a divide was created between them and God. They were conversing with God one moment, and the next they were darting away in terror.

God made a significant sacrifice to make up for mankind’s sins and mend the broken relationship. As an atonement, God offered His own son’s death on the cross. It is, however, expected of humans to treat sin with the same severity as God did.

In Matthew 5:29–30, Jesus conveyed the lesson that people should make every effort to abstain from sin. What did He mean when He told people to have their hands cut off and eyes gouged out? Here are three interpretations of what this passage means.

 

Photo source: Patricia McCarty

  • Do Not Make Room for Sin

The call of humanity is to actively avoid sin. Although God wants to close the gaps that lead to man’s stumbles, misunderstanding and carelessness frequently provide abundant room for sin. This suggests a conscious effort to pursue holiness every day.

Rather, clothe yourselves with the Lord Jesus Christ, and do not think about how to gratify the desires of the flesh.” – Romans 13:14 NIV

Being clothed with the Lord Jesus Christ entails dwelling in Him, imitating Him, relying on His grace, and having a renewal of the mind.

  • Exercise Fear and Trembling in Salvation

Mankind is justified by faith alone—not by works—and salvation is a gift. That does not, however, absolve us of the need to continue following Jesus.

“Therefore, my dear friends, as you have always obeyed—not only in my presence but now much more in my absence—continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling.” – Philippians 2:12

In light of the scripture above, it is clear that even after finding redemption, man cannot simply relax. Man is required to continue to view God with respect and humility. A proven method to avoid the things that lead to sin is to work out salvation in a spirit of dread and trembling.

  • Despise Worldly Pleasures

Letting go of material desires is essential in the effort to live a holy life. It is urged that Christians hate everything that interferes with leading a righteous life. When Jesus asks to cut off the hand that causes sin and gouge out the eye that causes sin, He is urging His followers to adopt the mentality of condemning worldly desires.

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How Far Does ‘Turn to Them the Other Cheek Also’ Go?

“You have heard that it was said, ‘Eye for eye, and tooth for tooth.’ But I tell you, do not resist an evil person. If anyone slaps you on the right cheek, turn to them the other cheek also.” – Matthew 5:38-39 NIV

Who Is God?

Both in the creation and in man’s conscience, the evidence of God’s existence is so obvious. As a result, the Bible seldom seeks to establish God’s existence; rather, it begins with the premise that He exists. The Bible does this by making God’s attributes, actions, and nature clear.

It is crucial to have a true conception of God since having a false image of God is idolatry. A decent summary of God is The Supreme Being; the Maker and King of everything that is, the Self-existent One who is perfect in power, goodness, and wisdom”. This is a nice place to start.

Considering God’s actions flow from who He is, it is impossible to understand God apart from His works. He has not changed; He is the same now as always, and will forever be. The link between God and man is created by the fact that the Son of God became the Son of Man. We can only be forgiven of our sins, made right with God, and saved for all eternity through the Son. To truly understand God, it is therefore ideal to look to Jesus.

Photo source: Winners for Christ

What It Means To ‘Turn to Them the Other Cheek Also’

Although the multitude most certainly understood what Jesus meant in the context, “turn to them the other cheek also” is now interpreted in a variety of ways.

It is not implied by Matthew 5:38–39 that Jesus wants His followers to be timid and let others take advantage of them. Although some Christians hold to these interpretations, they do not correspond to the message that Jesus presented during His sermon on a hill in Northern Israel.

Jesus essentially said that it is not advisable to take revenge when someone violates another’s right to respect or dignity. There is no need to respond negatively since the Father is in charge of protecting the believer’s dignity. This demonstrates that Matthew 5:38–39’s instruction to turn the left cheek when the right is being slapped does not literally mean to do so; rather, it means to let God handle the matter. In the book of Romans, the apostle Paul made a similar statement and exhorted Christ’s disciples to live in harmony with one another rather than exact revenge on one another.

“If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone. Do not take revenge, my dear friends, but leave room for God’s wrath, for it is written: “It is mine to avenge; I will repay,” says the Lord.” – Romans 12:18-19 NIV

The Lord’s instruction to “turn to them the other cheek also” can be better understood by comprehending the background and context of this scripture. In light of this, Christians are advised to follow the Word and let God be God.

Are you going through a difficult encounter with someone? I hope this article informs your decision. Share with family and friends who may need it.

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Call for Nominations | Virchow Prize for Global Health

Call for Nominations
Virchow Prize for Global Health

November 2023


About the Virchow Prize for Global Health

The Virchow Prize for Global Health was awarded for the first time in 2022 under the High Patronage of German Federal President, Frank-Walter Steinmeier. Endowed with €500,000, the Virchow Prize recognizes outstanding lifetime achievements in the field of global health that align with and uphold the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda.
2022 Virchow Prize for Global Health Laureate Portrait – John N. Nkengasong
2022 Virchow Prize for Global Health Award Ceremony live stream available via our YouTube channel:

The Virchow Prize for Global Health is awarded by the Virchow Foundation for Global Health, an independent non-profit foundation under civic law. Based in Berlin and Münster, the Virchow Foundation for Global Health was established with the support of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina and Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, alongside civil society, and leading experts within global health, to contribute to the improvement of health worldwide. Further information: https://virchowprize.org 


To support the opening of the nomination phase for the 2023 Virchow Prize for Global Health, we would love your support in amplifying the call for nominations on social media and through your newsletters. This toolkit includes resources you can adapt and use as needed.


Links to the Nomination page
English: https://virchowprize.org/nominations/
German: https://virchowprize.org/de/nomination/

Download the Nomination form

Links to the press release announcing the nomination phase

English: https://virchowprize.org/2023-virchow-pri…-open-november-1/
German: https://virchowprize.org/de/virchow-foundati…rchow-preis-2023/


Virchow Foundation for Global Health opens nominations for the 2023 Virchow Prize for Global Health

Press release

Virchow Foundation for Global Health opens nominations for the 2023 Virchow Prize for Global Health

Nominations for the prestigious prize endowed with €500,00 may be submitted from November 1, 2022, through March 31, 2023

Berlin, November 1, 2022 – The prominent and internationally recognized Virchow Prize for Global Health honors lifetime achievements towards ‘Health for All’, upholding the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations Agenda 2030. Celebrated annually in Berlin, the inaugural Prize was awarded to John N. Nkgengasong for his outstanding contributions toward strengthening global health.

“Receiving the Virchow Prize for Global Health symbolizes the spirit of global health and partnerships that continue to inspire and enable progress in global health,” states 2022 Virchow Prize laureate, John N. Nkengasong.

Nomination submissions for the 2023 Virchow Prize for Global Health are now open through March 31, 2023, at 24:00 CET. Eligible are individuals, institutions, or organizations who have made significant contributions towards strengthening global health, whether through long-standing academic, political, humanitarian, social, research and development, or economic engagement. Nominations may be submitted by any person who meets the nominations criteria and is received within the designated timeframe. Up to three candidates annually can receive the Virchow Prize for Global Health, awarded by the Virchow Foundation for Global Health.

Nomination forms can be found on the Virchow Prize website and should be sent to nominations@virchow.foundation once completed. Further information on the criteria for qualified nominators, eligibility for laureates, and the nomination process can be found at https://virchowprize.org/nominations/.

The official announcement of the Virchow Prize for Global Health laureate(s) is made on the 2nd Monday of September, occurring this upcoming year on September 11, 2023.

About the Virchow Prize for Global Health

The Virchow Prize for Global Health was awarded for the first time in 2022 under the High Patronage of German Federal President, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, and is endowed with €500,000. It recognizes outstanding lifetime achievements in the field of global health that align with and uphold the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations 2030 Agenda. John N. Nkengasong was honored for his long-standing commitment and contributions to improving health worldwide. His accomplishments in addressing complex global health challenges, making healthcare accessible to the world’s most vulnerable, and implementing systemic and holistic organizations to shape the global health landscape are unparalleled.

2022 Virchow Prize for Global Health Award Ceremony Livestream:

About the Virchow Foundation for Global Health

The Virchow Prize for Global Health is awarded by the Virchow Foundation for Global Health, an independent nonprofit foundation under civic law. Based in Berlin and Münster, the Virchow Foundation for Global Health was established with the support of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina and Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities, alongside civil society, and leading experts within global health, to contribute to the improvement of health worldwide.

Further information: https://virchowprize.org

 

Contact

Steffi Gasteiger

Communication & Partnerships Manager

Virchow Foundation for Global Health

c/o Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Jägerstr. 22/23

DE-10117 Berlin, Germany

press@virchow.foundation

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