Despite significant advances in medicine, women across the Asia Pacific continue to face challenges that limit their access to healthcare, including cultural barriers, social stigma and lack of education.
For International Women’s Day 2023, let’s put equity at the forefront because every woman, everywhere deserves quality healthcare.
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Managing Director of Roche Diagnostics Australia and spokesperson during Australia’s ongoing PR HPV campaign this year.
Founder, The Voices Project, which serves as Technical Advisors to the World Health Organisation WPRO
Dr. Zahra Hasan
Professor, Dept. of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Director, FHS PhD Program,
The Aga Khan University. She is a strong advocate of Women’s Health in Pakistan.
CEO of CAPED (Cancer Awareness, Prevention and Early Detection) Trust, She is passionate about creating sustainable changes in the public healthcare systems.
Dr. Chen Ran-Chou
Director in the Department of Health, New Taipei City and is an ardent supporter of HPV City Pilot program in Taiwan
Dr. Tofan Widya Utami
A Gyne-Oncologist and The general-secretary of the Indonesian Society of Gynecologic Oncology (INASGO). A strong advocate for women, and a lecturer at the University of Indonesia.