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Rich-country nationals dominate on global health boards

                           

Under-representation of women from low-income countries “a call to the barricades”, report says

Three-quarters of the seats on boards of global health organisations are held by high-income country nationals, a survey has revealed.

The survey, published on 30 March by United Kingdom-based gender equality charity Global Health 50/50, analysed more than 2,000 boards across 146 organisations active in global health.

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