Michelle Williams, Dean of the Faculty at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, speaks on the importance of fighting for health equity and women’s health.
Morad Fareed’s opening address at the Humanity 2.0 Forum in the Vatican
Morad Fareed, CEO of Square Roots and Co-Founder and CEO of Humanity 2.0 Well Being, was honored to address participants of the 2019 Humanity 2.0 Forum at the Vatican. His words launch an entire segment focused on maternal health and how humanity can come together to support moms and babies globally.
Michelle Williams – Dean at Harvard’s School of Public Health on the state of maternal health and the challenges ahead
Dean Williams powerfully shares the global challenges humanity faces to improve maternal health outcomes and how a life course approach is the surest path to success. She courageously addresses the health disparity in our societies and calls the Humanity 2.0 audience to action.
Vatican presentation on the state of maternal health and the roadmap forward
One of the most important recent presentations on the state of maternal health and the challenges humanity faces and how best to approach overcoming them. A team collaboration, with contributions from Project Contributions from Square Roots, Harvard, Delos, IHME, and Jennie Joseph, challenges us to do more to ensure our mothers are supported and the […]
At the Vatican, former President of Malta speaks on the challenges around maternal health and early childhood
The Former President of Malta, H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, KUOM GCMG, addresses the attendees of the 2019 Humanity 2.0 Forum on maternal health and her hopes for the future.
Stress and its implications during pregnancy – Dr. Catherine Monk Interview
Dr. Catherine Monk, Director of the Perinatal Pathways Lab at Columbia University, speaks about the important connection between a pregnant mother’s emotional state and her baby’s brain development. She goes on to speak about how a pregnant mother’s experiences and emotional state during pregnancy prepares the baby for the kind of world they will likely […]