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Episode 21: A Peace Corps Story about HIV/AIDS, Menstruation, and Being with Communities in Uganda

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Episode 21: A Peace Corps Story about HIV/AIDS, Menstruation, and Being with Communities in Uganda

Featuring Kelsey Sabo
December 14, 2022

Episode 21: A Peace Corps Story about HIV/AIDS, Menstruation, and Being with Communities in Uganda

Gurtler Scholarship recipient Kelsey Sabo served in the U.S. Peace Corps in Uganda from 2014-2018. She hosted a local radio show on malaria, HIV/AIDS and water sanitation, and she led women’s reproductive health workshops, helping women craft reusable menstrual pads out of low-cost materials.

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