Learn more about Global Equity Foundation’s Project, “Health Diplomacy for Arabic Speaking Refugees in Germany,” in this informative video, and how you can support our efforts. To download the video, choose your preferred version below: English Version German Version …

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The Global Health Equity Foundation 2019 Newsletter covers GHEF’s multi-strategy project, “Health Diplomacy for Health Equity of Migrants and Refugees in Germany.” Launched in 2016, the project is designed to bridge the gap in health literacy, as well as gaps …

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Innovation is a key driver of development that potentially expands the availability of high-quality healthcare and people’s access to it. However, the benefits of innovation have been distributed unevenly, and have largely failed to narrow the health equity gap. Innovation …

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Nathalie.brilliant@ghef.org (516) 712 –0285 SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 29, 2015. Global Health Equity Foundation (GHEF), in association with AlMyra Communications, is seeking support for “My Home, My Mission,” a new program created to help youth in grades …

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Symposium “Gender Discrimination and its Impact on Health Equity” PRELIMINARY PROGRAM Geneva, October 24, 2014 Scientific Coordination: Dr. Eduardo Missoni 9:00 – 9:30 – Welcome address and introduction of participants Dr. Tayeb Alhafez, President and founder of GHEF tayeb.alhafez@ghef.org 9:30 …

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  Photo by Paul Ruhter Article by CINDY UKEN Cross-posted from the Billings Gazette, January 21, 2014.  Article available here: http://billingsgazette.com/news/local/american-indian-youth-address-suicide-through-innovative-media-project/article_fb8c7422-53f1-58e7-bbef-79fbc7f75428.html They are teenagers whose experiences with suicide are so vivid and gut-wrenching that you may flinch to hear them, and maybe …

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(republished from Billing’s Gazette) November 22, 2013 7:59 pm  by MIKE FERGUSON mferguson@billingsgazette.com The world premiere of a 30-minute drama written and acted by Billings students took center stage at Montana State University Billings’ Petro Theatre Friday evening — and …

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(republished from Montana State University Billing’s News Services) “Let’s Talk Miles City” documentary showcase will be held Thursday, Sept. 5 in Petro Theatre on the University campus Contacts: Michelle Strain, MSU Billings Department of Communication & Theatre, 657-2178 Mathew Eisen, …

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“Let’s Talk Billings: Opening up About Teen Suicide and Mental Health Issues” By Eddie Gregg (republished from the Billings Gazette, September 5, 2013) Like so many people in Montana, 18-year-old Sarah Mosdal has known someone who committed suicide. Her brush …

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Documentary on suicide prevention screens Thursday at MSU Billings (republished from the Billings Gazette) By Jaci Webb The documentary film, “Let’s Talk Miles City,” featuring an original theater production created and performed by Miles City high school students, will be shown …

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