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Stephanie Wiafe Communications Engagement Officer

Stephanie is the Communications and Engagment Officer at HealthBridge. She has an Undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa and Master's degree in Public Health from Queen's University. She has worked on multiple research teams, both in Canada and internationally, investigating diverse global health issues including infectious disease outbreaks and the impact of the built environment on adolescent health in west Africa.[…]

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The HealthBridge Livable Cities Program joined the Tenth World Urban Forum of UN Habitat

February 24, 2020

From 8-13 February UN Habitat convened the Tenth World Urban Forum (WUF10) in Abu Dhabi. The event attracted over 13,000 attendees attending more than 540 official events. Our HealthBridge Livable Cities program and its partners participated in this global assembly to share their ongoing projects and forge new alliances that can help improve health and health equity through policy, research and action. Here is what the team around HealthBridge Livable Cities Program Director Kristie Daniel experienced in Abu Dhabi. 

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