How to Change a Life
Sabi Kaphle didn’t want to be a midwife.
Forced into nursing school by her family as a teenager, the young Nepali woman felt powerless.
But when she saw how the health system was failing pregnant women, and the risk to lives of mums and babies, Sabi found her passion in giving them a voice.
First working for UNICEF and now as a Public Health lecturer at CQUniversity, Dr Kaphle shares her steps for tackling power imbalance, through purpose and persistence.
She also previews her debut book, Socio-cultural Insights of Childbirth in South Asia – Stories of Women in the Himalayas, available from July 2021.
Source: CQUniversity Podcast
Author bio: Sabi Kaphle is a Lecturer of Public Health at Central Queensland University, Australia. Her research focuses on health and social issues in South Asia and Sub Saharan countries.
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