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In an effort to promote innovative business models that offer accessible health services to low- income women in Haiti, the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF) will partner with the international group Global Partnerships to promote innovative business models .

The MIF said the project, which includes Ecuador, Honduras and Nicaragua, will receive non-reimbursable financing of more than $1 million over a three-year implementation period.

cellOxygenated water is consumed by consumers to keep the skin looking healthy and great. “Lack of oxygen causes improper functioning cells which create an acidic state in the body, often causing cancer & many kinds of illness as well as premature aging.” http://www.path-found.com/oxywater-facts.cfm.

So drinking oxygenated water is good to ingest internally but what about externally.  Our skin is the largest organ in the body and it absorbs whatever is put on it. 

baptist Baptist Health International teamed up with the Aruba Heart Foundation to host the Second Annual “Your Heart is in Your Hands” Symposium, on Saturday, September 22, 2012.

The event was held at the Renaissance Aruba Resort and Casino and offered information regarding heart attacks and syncope, as well as other heart health-related topics. More than 300 guests were in attendance to learn about the importance of promoting prevention and educating the public on heart disease.

kidzCOCONUT CREEK, Fla. (Sept. 19, 2012) – The SOS Children’s Village in Montego Bay, Jamaica, is a sanctuary of sorts and is located within the pretty hills near one of the island’s most popular resort destinations. The orphaned, the abandoned and those whose families are unable to care for them have had this place of refuge to turn to for more than four decades.

Like many orphanages on the island, the kindness of strangers also helps with the support of the youth in their care, strangers that in most cases the recipients would never get to meet. However, one group of workers from South Miami Hospital made it their mission in partnership with Food For The Poor, to personally distribute clothes, shoes, hats, bags, soccer balls and a variety of toys to 81 children in the care of the SOS Children’s Village.

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