Georgia Taylor

Georgia Taylor has more than 15 years’ experience in international development, specialising in gender and sexual and reproductive health and rights, including work on women’s economic empowerment and violence against women and girls. Previously with the Department for International Development (DFID), UK as head of DFID’s Central American Office and Reproductive and Child Health policy team leader, she is currently the Programme Director for the Women for Health programme and Technical Director for WISE Development.

Midwives’ Voices

Georgia Taylor’s work on the “Midwives’ Voices, Midwives’ Realities” report for WHO cited in statement to the 61st UN Commission on the Status of Women 2017. Read the WHO statement to CSW Download and read the full report: Midwives’ Voices, Midwives’ Realities I am so pleased to see a focus on women’s economic empowerment within the […]

Why health programming and policy must respond to the reality of women’s lives

Health policies and interventions need a cross-cutting gender equality and women’s empowerment component if they are to tackle the real issues that women face. Women for Health Foundation Year Programme Student Persistent social and gender inequalities lie behind the fact that women and girls in many developing countries are at an increased risk of ill […]