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A Picture Says a Thousand Words

A Picture Says a Thousand Words Johnson and Johnson is known for its commitment to make a change in our world by 2030, through the UN’s Sustainable Development goals. To that end, the company has come up with an ingenious way to give back through the power

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Project C.U.R.E. Continues to Assist Ebola-Stricken Communities

Project C.U.R.E. Continues to Assist Ebola-Stricken Communities Two 40-foot cargo containers, packed by Project C.U.R.E. Houston, and filled with life-saving donated medical supplies and equipment recently arrived in Liberia to rebuild and re-outfit hospitals. Simultaneously, Project C.U.R.E.’s Phoenix Distribution Center had a container arrive in Customs and

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International Health Partners: Looking Back at 2016 and Forward to 2017

International Health Partners: Looking Back at 2016 and Forward to 2017 Last year was a year of growth and refocus at International Health Partners (IHP), Europe’s largest coordinator of donated medicines. “I’m proud of how we have been able to reach the most under-served communities around the

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Disaster Relief Aid in the Philippines

Disaster Relief Aid in the Philippines Paving the Way for Access to Critical Healthcare Needs, Baxter International Foundation Partners With Direct Relief to Rebuild Health Clinics in the Wake of Typhoon In November 2013, Typhoon Haiyan devastated thousands of people whose lives were uprooted by the severe

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PQMD Welcomes MedShare to Membership

PQMD Welcomes MedShare to Membership Annapolis-based Nonprofit Grows to 38 Members Annapolis, Md. – January 5, 2017- The Partnership for Quality Medical Donations (PQMD), is proud to announce the addition of MedShare to their impressive membership. The Georgia-based non-governmental organization (NGO), which officially joined in December, becomes

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Fight against childhood cancers: 10 nurses rewarded

Sanofi Foundation

Fight against childhood cancers: 10 nurses rewarded Every year across the globe, 300 000 children under 18 suffer from cancer. Although the average survival rate is 64%, it varies from 40% in Africa (and even lower depending on the cancer or the country) to 85% in North

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24 hours, 7 employees: a Firsthand Look at Medtronic and Americares’ Impact in El Salvador

24 hours, 7 employees: a Firsthand Look at Medtronic and Americares’ Impact in El Salvador   SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – Standing in a hospital without air-conditioning or window screens, Bryan Hanson and a group of Medtronic employees witnessed the Medtronic Mission in action as they welcomed

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U.N. Apologizes For Cholera In Haiti

U.N. Apologizes For Cholera In Haiti Haitian activists have been demanding that the United Nations would accept responsibility for what the country believes to be truth. That the UN was responsible for the cholera outbreak that has occurred in Haiti. They finally received their wish when U.N.

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PQMD Member World Vision Continues Aid in Haiti and Beyond

PQMD Member World Vision Continues Aid in Haiti and Beyond By Carrie Holmes Since the 1950s, World Vision has strived to change the face of poverty.  Empowering people to step out of poverty.  For real. For good. To help secure a better future for each child, they

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Helping Special Children Lead a Full Life

Helping Special Children Lead a Full Life By Steve Stirling President and CEO, MAP International Living with a disability isn’t easy. As a child in Korea, I contracted polio and lost my ability to run and play like other children. But because I was later adopted by

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