We are Lynn Huber, an anthropologist and midwife & Patricia Frei, a filmmaker and midwife.
Together they founded ONEDU in 2019, an online education platform to empower people.
The first Midwife Refugee Kit is based on their bachelorthesis, which has been realised through the financial support of the Gebert Rüf Foundation as well as the Förderprogramm First Ventures.
We dream of a world where all people have access to health care and receive treatment adapted to their individual needs, where all forms of discrimination belong to the past, and where diverse biographies, life realities and family forms are considered "normal". Since our world unfortunately does not correspond to this reality, we have taken up the cause of education, sensitization, cohesion, the redistribution and sharing of privileges and resources, the creation of protected spaces and and and....
We do not see ourselves as teachers or experts, but rather as an interface. We try to gather and share expertise, open up new spaces, for ourselves and for others. In this process, an inexhaustible field of learning has opened up for us, in which we would like to exchange and learn together with our colleagues and like-minded people. If you don't already share our enthusiasm, we hope to do so you with our online tools. We wish you lots of fun and learning on this never-ending journey!
is responsible for the marketing at ONEDU.
She studied International Management, worked in an NGO for the last few years and is involved in a project for refugee women and migrants in Zurich. She is a doula and studies herbalism with focus on women's health.
"The important work of Onedu excites me and combines many of my personal interests such as holistic women's health, empowerment, inter- and transculturality."