What do we mean when we talk about health and wellbeing? Across countries and cultures these words may take on totally different meanings and connotations. In countries where healthcare is taken for granted, the term “healthy” may be totally different to those in countries where healthcare is less easy to access.
This month’s guest, Injonge Karangwa, is a Rwandan singer, songwriter, and the Chief Organizer of the Hamwe Festival – a festival dedicated to discussing health equity and the role of arts in culture in healthcare around the world. Through her work Injonge seeks to empower health workers using art in order to bring about shared wellbeing across the world.
You can attend this year’s Hamwe Festival in November by going to their website.
YouTube: University of Global Health Equity
ReSounding is hosted by Dr Chris Nicholson, Program Development Manager with Musicians Without Borders.
ReSounding was produced by Ed Holland and Maryana Golovchenko, and edited by Ed Holland
The art27 theme music ‘Come Together’ was written and performed by Matteo Galesi and was produced for art27 in collaboration with SYNCR.
You can find Matteo at: