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Fistula Foundation in The New York Times

In recent months, Fistula Foundation has had several mentions in the New York Times! As a part of a special series for New York Times subscribers, Pulitzer Prize winner Nicholas Kristof published a comprehensive guide on “How to Make the World a Better Place.” In a section dedicated to women and girls, Kristof highlighted Fistula…

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The New York Times – How to Make the World a Better Place

If you have a subscription to The New York Times, you can check out Nicholas Kristof’s article, “How to Make The World a Better Place.” This article is part of “A Year of Living Better,” a monthly online series of how-to guides for subscribers that will help improve your life, community and world. Fistula Foundation…

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The New York Times: The World’s Modern-Day Lepers: Women with Fistulas

In this article, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof writes about the suffering fistula brings to women worldwide, and how organizations and strategic initiatives can prioritize women’s rights to save more lives from this devastating condition. By Nicholas Kristof March 19, 2016 ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia — ONE of the worst things that can happen to a…

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Huffington Post: Dying From Corruption

By Kate Grant CEO, Fistula Foundation Humankind has triumphed over diseases that used to kill millions – think plague, smallpox and polio – but we haven’t seemed to slay the largest killer of them all: greed. In a riveting piece of stellar journalism, Nick Kristof and Adam Ellick of The New York Times posted this…

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New York Times: A Little Respect for Dr. Foster

In this article, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof writes about the life and work Fistula Foundation partner, Dr. Stephen Foster. Dr. Foster runs the Centro Evangélico de Medicina do Lubango, one of the first four organizations we funded after adopting a global mission in 2009.  By Nicholas Kristof ONE sign of a landmark shift…

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CEO Kate Grant in The New York Times

CEO Kate Grant publishes a letter to the editor in The New York Times: Nicholas D. Kristof’s July 14 column features a fistula hospital in Niger financed by outside donors. The Fistula Foundation funds this hospital and others in 19 countries in Asia and Africa. The overriding conclusion to our work is that “one size…

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Fistula Treatment Center in Niger

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof mentions Fistula Foundation in an article about a fistula treatment center in Niger: Where Young Women Find Healing and Hope By Nicholas D. Kristof THEY straggle in by foot, donkey cart or bus: humiliated women and girls with their heads downcast, feeling ashamed and cursed, trailing stink and urine….