From Global Health to Human Rights: Impala Global, Ensuring Technology is at the Forefront of Innovation

On this episode of the Peer Med Podcast, we welcome Co-Founders of Impala Global, Maud Kadye & Tafadzwa Kadye to speak about their organization. As an independent Think Tank, this episode dives into the work the organization does, using research to develop and strengthen the human rights and global health frameworks within tech. Acknowledging that disciplines such as digital health will continue to rise they provide us with insight into the importance of technology in our everyday lives, and essential to understand how interactions with technology, global health and human rights impact people everywhere.

The Peer Medical Foundation is a volunteer youth-led international not-for-profit committed to improving health equity, inclusivity, diversity and racial justice in medicine. We support marginalized patient populations (Migrants, 2SLGBTQIA+, BIPOC & more) and hope to improve the health experiences of the most vulnerable communities across the world.

As a Medical Student, Global Health Fellow and a Graduate with a Specialization in Biology & a Minor in Human Rights, Leah aspires to serve humanity. She is the Founder & Executive Director of the Peer Medical Foundation (PMF), an aspiring youth-led international not-for-profit organization advancing health equity, diversity & inclusion. She is also the Host of the Peer Med Podcast, an initiative under PMF intertwining medicine, an ever changing science of diagnosis and treatment with conversations about issues in healthcare where lives are on the line.

Published by Impala Global

Our goal is to ensure that the global health and human rights implications of technology are considered to ensure an inclusive future.

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