Tracey Malawana
Tracey Malawana
South Africa
Health Equity in South Africa
Founder and executive director, I_Menstruate Movement
Bio

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Mission
Advocating for progressive food systems, quality education, menstrual equity and economic justice. She is aspiring African womxn museum curator and creative youth center innovator.
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Interests
Food and Nutrition
Gender Equity
Health Equity and Policy
Youth
Education and Training
program
Tracey Malawana
is an Atlantic Fellow for

Health Equity in South Africa

program.
The Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity in South Africa program is about strengthening the capacities of progressive social change leaders to tackle the deep social and economic inequities that characterize South Africa and that impact on the health of its citizens. It creates a space for Fellows to connect action with a deeper understanding of the systemic causes of injustice; believing that an inclusive, equitable, economically productive and healthy society comes from action that addresses power and privilege, the unequal distribution of resources and opportunities, and equally challenges racism, classism, sexism and heteronormativity.
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YEAR JOINED
ATLANTIC FELLOWS
2017
fellows in
South Africa
222
fellows in
Health Equity in South Africa
222
Location
South Africa
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Atlantic Institute

United in their pursuit of equity, Atlantic Fellows come from all walks of life and a variety of professions.

They are a global community of leaders—advocates, artists, journalists, lawyers, business professionals, health practitioners, government officials, academics and researchers—who collaborate to advance equity, opportunity and human dignity.

Fellows are thinkers and doers with innovative ideas and the courage, conviction and capacity to bring lasting improvements to their communities and the world.