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Hey Guys

 

MANA is doing a survey and is interested in hearing from members and those interested in maternal and infant health, they are looking for information and input on how to make a clear path to change for better equity within the association and is part of the social justice agenda going on right now.

 

Survey closes the 30th of January so if you want to voice your opinion here is the link

 

docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHNYT1pJa0VhWTRhVzRiUjJqNTN1SVE6MQ


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