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  • Why are there so few women OBGYNs in Ethiopia? WFF Board Members Dr. Rahel Nardos and Dr. Tracy Spitznagle discuss the gender disparity with Dr. Karen Gold and Dr. Ambereen Sleemi at the American Urogynecologic Society Pelvic Floor Disorder Week conference.
  • Board Vice Chair Tracy Spitznagle shares why she thinks she was awarded the American Physical Therapy Association Humanitarian Award. (Hint: She frequently travels to Africa to provide expert care to women and girls suffering with childbirth injuries for us!)
     
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    In just two minutes, we’ll have you feeling pretty good. Take a look! Our work is made possible by lots of generous people like you. Thank you!
  • On November 30, 2017, Kie&Kate Couture hosted a Pop-Up-Shop to support the WFF by donating 15% of their profits from the shopping event. Kie&Kate owner Kati Kemph demonstrates all the different ways you can wear one of the event's most popular items.
  • WFF partnered with youth organization Purpose by Design November 10, 2017, to create about 50 incontinence pads that will help ease survivors’ worries about leaking so they can focus on healing!