From the Editor: Our contributor and gravatar for this period is Temie Giwa-Tubosun.
Temie is program manager for the GIST project of Nollywood Workshops. She has worked with the Lagos State Government as operations manager for the Office of Facility Management and Maintenance, and as a research support fellow with the health systems financing team at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, where she managed the health expenditure reports for all WHO member states. She has interned for the Department for International Development (DFID) supported program Paths2, worked for the UNDP and Colombia University funded Millennium Development Village in Ruhiira as health system quality improvement coordinator. She is also the director of the One percent Project, and organization aiming to harness the power of young people to improve health service delivery in the Nigeria. She is a member of the Global Health community with the Global health corps organization and writes for various publications, including the Impatient Optimist Blog of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
We will be talking maternal mortality, blood donation in Nigeria, being a feminist, love and women’s health.