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Tara Hudson

NEWS WRITER | CONTENT WRITER | EDITOR

Location icon United States

Passionate writer out to help people through words to connect the purpose to the people.

Experienced with thorough research and writing for SEO.

Experience with email newsletters, lead generation emails, and social media content writing.

Editor at The Borgen Project.

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BORGEN
01/26/2021
#SheIsEqual and Global Citizen's Roadmap to Gender Equality - BORGEN

OLYMPIA, Washington - Approximately 90% of countries still have at least one law that discriminates against women. #SheIsEqual was a powerful campaign that Global Citizen ran through 2018 and 2019, calling world leaders to implement new infrastructures and policies that address gender inequality. In addition, there have been several other important campaigns for gender equality.

BORGEN
11/19/2020
How Technology is Advancing Global Healthcare - BORGEN

SEATTLE, Washington - Technology is advancing at rapid rates. It's hard to imagine going one day without using a smartphone, a car, or even an indoor shower. Despite significant advancements, a large number of people live without a proper toilet or modern healthcare facilities.

The Borgen Project
09/22/2020
4 Brilliant Women Improving Global Health | The Borgen Project

Breaking down barriers preserved by societies for centuries, these inspiring scientists and doctors are among the many women improving global health. As they make the world a better place, these four revolutionary women are inspiring females of every generation to do the same.

BORGEN
10/15/2020
MicroEnsure: Insurance Preventing Extreme Poverty - BORGEN

SEATTLE, Washington - Unfortunate events happen everywhere in the world. In developed regions with insurance markets, insurance companies handle misfortune through rather straightforward processes. For poorer communities without insurance, an unfortunate event means sinking into extreme poverty. According to the World Health Organization, in 2017 more than 100 million people faced extreme poverty due to health expenses.

BORGEN
09/02/2020
2020 UNAIDS Framework to End Global AIDS - BORGEN

SEATTLE, Washington - According to UNAIDS, in 2019, 690,000 lives were lost to AIDS-related illnesses, despite the accessibility of effective therapies. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) is a potentially deadly condition prompted by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). HIV hinders the body's ability to fight off disease and infections by destroying one's immune system.

The Borgen Project
10/16/2020
Fighting for the Future: Women's Rights in Israel | The Borgen Project

In Israel, the battle for gender equality continues to rage. Despite being the third country in the world to have a female head of state, women were forced to sit at the back of the bus as recently as 2018. In the face of gender equality legislation, religious figures continue to promote and enforce gender segregation in public spaces.

The Borgen Project
08/06/2020
Organizations Improving Healthcare in Somalia | The Borgen Project

Many challenges come with being one of the poorest countries in the world. In Somalia, a country located on the Horn of Africa, garnering a quality healthcare system for everyone is a major struggle. With a population of over 12 million, the people of Somalia have one of the lowest life expectancies in the world.

The Borgen Project
12/05/2020
Members of Congress Advocating for Foreign Aid | The Borgen Project

There is plenty of debate on the significance of foreign aid as well as a lot of misconceptions. John F. Kennedy once said regarding foreign aid, "...our economic obligations as the wealthiest people in a world of largely poor people, as a nation no longer dependent upon the loans from abroad that once helped us develop our own economy - and our political obligations as the single largest counter to the adversaries of freedom."

The Borgen Project
09/04/2020
How Elon Musk Is Helping Diminish Global Poverty | The Borgen Project

Self-driving cars and trips to Mars might be the first things that come to mind when thinking of Elon Musk. His massive-scale innovations will help humanity as a whole, but Musk's initiatives are also helping to diminish global poverty. Since he was in college, Musk has sought to help humanity through space exploration, global internet and energy efficiency.

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