About Kate Waylen

Kate Waylen is a Global Policy and Advocacy Intern at Global Citizen. Currently pursuing bachelor degree in International Aid and Development and Community Development. Is extremely passionate about social justice and elephants.

Stories

  1. Article: Price for Life-Saving Vaccine Is Lowered After Worldwide Petition
    Health

    Price for Life-Saving Vaccine Is Lowered After Worldwide Petition

    By Kate Waylen|Sept. 29, 2016

    Now access has to be expanded even further. Read more

  2. Article: Meet the Superheroes Conquering Diarrheal Disease
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    Meet the Superheroes Conquering Diarrheal Disease

    By Kate Waylen|Sept. 19, 2016

    New video launched to raise awareness about how diarrheal diseases can be prevented for good Read more

  3. Article: Displaced Iraqi Children Call on US Leadership for Help
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    Displaced Iraqi Children Call on US Leadership for Help

    By Kate Waylen|Sept. 14, 2016

    Two youth in Iraq come face to face with Congressmen McGovern and Quigley in historic livestream. Read more

  4. Article: This Australian Band's New Single Explores the Refugee Crisis
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    This Australian Band's New Single Explores the Refugee Crisis

    By Kate Waylen|Sept. 8, 2016

    Phoenix Day reminds us that education is vital if we want to support victims of the Syrian conflict Read more

  5. Article: These Rollerbladers Are Hitting the Streets to Promote Vaccines
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    These Rollerbladers Are Hitting the Streets to Promote Vaccines

    By Kate Waylen|Aug. 23, 2016|Speak Up Africa

    Rollerbladers sent to the streets of Africa at to educate students about EveryShotCounts petition Read more

  6. Article: How Women Are Transforming Healthcare in Uganda, Kenya
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    How Women Are Transforming Healthcare in Uganda, Kenya

    By Kate Waylen|July 29, 2016|Global Poverty Project

    How an "avon lady" approach is reducing child mortality rates in Africa Read more

  7. Article: Nigeria Hits 2 Years Without Polio!
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    Nigeria Hits 2 Years Without Polio!

    By Kate Waylen|July 23, 2016

    Humanity is one step closer to ending this disease. Read more