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Health eVillages HERO coordinators lead training in Hinche, Haiti

April 15, 2014   |   Posted by :   |   News from the Field  

What a great day today in Hinche, Haiti, working with our two Health eVillages Regis College Outreach Program (HERO) coordinators, Kettie and Manoucheka.  It was incredible to see the level of much needed nursing education that Manoucheka is providing at St. Terese’s Hospital and also how crucial it is to have Kettie supporting her in […]

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Health eVillages’ 2nd Annual ‘Apps Save Lives’ Charity Golf Tournament

April 10, 2014   |   Posted by :   |   News from the Field  

Hosted by Physicians Interactive Join us on August 22, 2014 at Royce Brook Golf Club in Hillsborough, NJ for the Second Annual Health eVillages ‘Apps Save Lives’ golf tournament hosted by Physicians Interactive! Sponsorship includes a great day of golf, food, prizes and above all, an opportunity to support a worthwhile cause! Since its inception in […]

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Move the Needle on Global Health Now

December 11, 2013   |   Posted by :   |   News from the Field  

Watch the Video. Share it. Join us. During a recent trip to our Health eVillages sites in East Africa, our team captured video footage that depicts what Health eVillages means for the clinicians working there and using our devices. One device. One clinician. One patient. Help us move the needle forward on global health and […]

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Leaving Sentiments – A Post from Donato Tramuto in Africa

October 24, 2013   |   Posted by :   |   News from the Field  

Day-end of our visit to Lwala was marked by a feeling of gratitude by the many healthcare workers when they were able to see first-hand how Health eVillages is all about providing support to allow organizations to deliver on their own vision.   To that end, Health eVillages made a $20,000 grant to the Lwala Community […]

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A Note from Donato Tramuto in Africa

October 22, 2013   |   Posted by :   |   News from the Field  

So I write my thoughts after 12 hours in a country whose primitive history has marred our belief that their same cries – their same hopes and aspirations – and their same dreams for some reason do not mirror that of the advanced world.   How wrong can one be in thinking that the sparkle in […]

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