A Storytelling Film Project to Centre the Voices of Tanzanian Mothers impacted by Albinism

Storytelling in film is one way that academic research can be communicated to the public, so social change can follow (Karabanow & Naylor, 2015; Richmond, 2016; Sharma, Reimer-Kirkham, & Meyerhoff, 2011). How can telling stories through film change community attitudes? Their voices: Upendo wa Mamas (‘Mother’s Love’ in Swahili) is a support and income generating… Continue reading A Storytelling Film Project to Centre the Voices of Tanzanian Mothers impacted by Albinism

Canadian Association for Global Health (CAGH) Conference Poster Presentation – November 2021, Ottawa, Canada

This past November 2021, we took the opportunity to present our Mothering and Albinism research at the premier Global Health conference in Canada with a broad global reach. First, we provide some background about the Canadian Conference on Global Health. For the first time, the joining of two predecessors, the Canadian Society of International Health… Continue reading Canadian Association for Global Health (CAGH) Conference Poster Presentation – November 2021, Ottawa, Canada