A Message from Tina BrownTina Brown, former Editor-in-Chief of Newsweek & The Daily Beast, discusses Virtue Foundation's work in the areas of Acid Violence and Women Empowerment.
Mongolia medical and surgical volunteers examine nearly 1000 patients and conduct nearly 300 surgeries in Ulaanbaatar, Khovd and Olgii
On June 3, 2013, our team of 21 surgeons, doctors and staff returned from a successful medical and surgical teaching … Read More
2013 Lawyers Without Borders Kenya Trial Advocacy TrainingWe are continuing our long-term commitment to Women Judges in the Pipeline by supporting the sixth annual LWOB Trial Advocacy Training in Nairobi, Kenya.
Dr. Joseph Salim Invited to Speak at the United NationsOur President and Co-Founder Dr. Joseph Salim was invited to present at the U.S. State Department's "Global Initiative – Women in Action" International Visitor Leadership Program at the United Nations in New York.
Driving Solutions for Women and GirlsIn Tumu in northwestern Ghana, there's only one hospital to serve 100,000 people and transportation is scarce. The result: injured children never see a doctor, women die in labor before they can reach medical help. But those appalling facts started to change when Women in the World, Virtue Foundation and Toyota came along with a few simple solutions.
Dr. Ebby Elahi receives Mt. Sinai’s Award for Outstanding Service to the International CommunityOn March 5, 2013, the Auxiliary Board and its Young Women's Division recognized Virtue's Director of International Programming and Global Health Dr. Ebby Elahi for his leading role in improving global health.
Dr. Joan LaRovere presents at Maternal Health Conference in Vienna
On December 6, 2012, Vice President and Co-Founder Dr. Joan LaRovere spoke at the Menopause, Andropause and Anti-Aging Congress in … Read More