Dr. Agnes Binagwaho served as the Rwandan Minister of Health for 5 years, and she is now a leader in the fight for global health equity. Hear her thoughts on creating better health systems and the value of women in leadership.
Dr. Agnes Binagwaho served as the Rwandan Minister of Health for 5 years, and she is now the Vice Chancellor and co-founder of the University of Global Health Equity. Dr. Binagwaho returned to her home country just two years after the Rwandan Genocide in 1996, and since then has been a leader in fighting for better health systems in the country. In this episode, Dr. Binagwaho shares her thoughts on Rwanda’s push for creating better health systems, her ideas on equity in health around the globe, and her perspective on the value of including more women in leadership roles. Learn more about The Bridge podcast and other programs at https://www.aspenglobalinnovators.org/