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Job Opportunity: Program Administration Officer

Job Opportunity: Program Administration Officer

Are you detailed-oriented and a self-starter with excellent interpersonal skills? If so, we have a great opportunity to work as a member of the Program Development Team to provide administrative and reception support for MCWH’s programs and projects. For more information on the role, please …

Multilingual brochures about Hepatitis C

Hepatitis C: Good news about treatment Viêm gan siêu vi C Tin Mừng về Điều Trị 丙型肝炎  关于治疗方  法的好消息 Brochures are available in Vietnamese, simplified Chinese and in plain English Developed and published by North Western Melbourne Primary Health Network and St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne …

Can we all be feminists?

New writing from Brit Bennett, Nicole Dennis-Benn, and 15 others on intersectionality, identity and the way forward for feminism Edited by June Eric Udorie MCWH is excited to add this collection of essays to our library, featuring seventeen writers from diverse backgrounds wrestling with the …

Stillbirth Research and Education Final Report

We feel very honoured to have been mentioned in the final report of the Senate Select Committee on Stillbirth Research and Education. MCWH congratulates the Committee on their important work and looks forward to seeing the impact of the report on preventing stillbirth and supporting …

The most generous gift of all

This time of year is a perfect time to think about giving. As The Charities Aid Foundation World Giving Index 2017 shows, Australia is a generous nation: even if we have slipped from being in the top five most giving countries, nine out of 139 …

60 seconds with Dr Lilac Limpangog

Academic, mother and MCWH RAP Manager Lilac is a gender equality advocate and advisor, university lecturer, Philippines cross- cultural trainer, and a devoted mother of two school-aged kids. She is passionate about promoting women’s rights in all domains of her life and she just so …