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Servant Leadership for Healthier Communities

This is today’s sermon based upon Mark 9:30-37.  I gave it a new title as the original had nothing to do with what I said today.  1,600 more words


Email Update: APPL005: Thank You for Applying to Community Health

The following email has been added to the queue:

Name: APPL005: Thank You for Applying to Community Health

Description: To send to Community Health applicants with reminder to submit Supplemental Application…

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Strengthening India’s rural communities

India has the largest population of poor people, which naturally makes community development its highest priority. The initial programme aimed at upliftment of the rural poor, covered agriculture, animal husbandry, roads, health, education, housing, and employment, social and cultural activities. 578 more words

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Bharat Nirman – India’s rural infrastructure development business plan.

Infrastructure development has a key role to play in both economic growth and poverty reduction. Failure to accelerate investments in rural infrastructure will make a mockery of efforts to achieve the Millennium Development Goals in poor developing countries while at the same time severely limit opportunities for these countries to benefit from trade liberalization, international capital markets and other potential benefits offered by globalization. 332 more words

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Encouraging community health initiatives for a healthier nation

Indian is booming, shining, expanding, but some sad facts are hidden amidst all this hype and hoopla, while certain section of Indians are obviously benefiting from this economic boom, the majority are being left far behind. 594 more words

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Ebola virus disease

1. What is Ebola virus disease?

Ebola virus disease (formerly known as Ebola haemorrhagic fever) is a severe, often fatal illness, with a death rate of up to 90%. 625 more words

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Health and Local Community Community mobilisation and integrated interventions for sustainable impact in health promotion.

(from the Steno web site)

Aim and purpose
Project “Sundhed og Lokalsamfund” (SoL) is a research-based intervention project implemented in response to the growing challenge of non-communicable diseases, including type 2 diabetes, in Denmark, Europe and most other parts of  the world. 923 more words