Bridget Lloyd: is South African and has worked in non governmental organisations and social movements for over 30 years. She completed her Masters in Public Health at the University of Western Cape in 2010 focussing on Human Resources requirements for a national health insurance. Initially trained as a registered nurse / midwife, she started working in the NGO sector from 1990 as a Primary Health Care nurse and trainer with street children, youth programmes, community childcare and Community Health Worker (CHW) programmes; and later in management, coordination and development of CHW programmes. She was coordinator of Global Health Watch 2, an alternative world health report –published in 2008. From 2009 to 2019 she was the global coordinator of People’s Health Movement (PHM). She currently is farming in a remote rural area; and is involved in local health initiatives for farm workers and their families. She is on the Advisory Council of PHM global and the Steering Council of PHM South Africa.
Transforming the Economy for Health Equity and Environmental Sustainability