Marching together, Stepping together …

Marching together, Stepping together for the greater good. On January 21, 2017 millions across the United States, and millions across the world, in every continent marched. A worldwide march to bring attention to the concern of millions of disenfranchised women, minorities, and immigrants. And to bring attention to climate change,….. Read more“Marching together, Stepping together …”

Ebola Update from WHO

As of 3 July 2015, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported 450 dead from this recent outbreak in west Africa. The spread of the Ebola virus across country borders and in urban centers is worrisome and new for those working to contain this outbreak. More resources are needed now!

WHO aims at eliminating tuberculosis by 2050

Milestones are important to set and reach. The World Health Organization have targeted 33 countries to work toward eliminating tuberculosis. This is a formidable goal and one that is long overdue. Especially in this time of globalization where infectious entities can spread much easier.

Cholera-hit Haiti Holding Elections

Voting opens in cholera-hit Haiti: Aljazeera.net …  http://bit.ly/gN9NsS The country continues to battle cholera. Aid is still needed. Let’s hope the Haitians are able to vote without difficulty.

Haitian Relief Funds needed!

As we feverishly work to return to Haiti later this month the Cholera endemic is spreading. We urgently request your support in helping us to secure additional funds to purchase much needed antibiotics for our third mission to Haiti. We will be working in Grace Village, a compound housing 27,000+… Read more“Haitian Relief Funds needed!”

The Ayesha Project is here!

We just successfully hosted our first Tea Social to re-launch our Domestic Violence Awareness project. Our project was renamed in honor of a young Bay Area victim of domestic violence. While Domestic Violence Awareness Month has come to a close our work continues. The Ayesha Project (TAP) Committed to raising… Read more“The Ayesha Project is here!”

Medscape: Haiti Response Must Address Health Needs of …

Haiti Response Must Address Health Needs of Women and Girls Medscape Ob/Gyn & Women’s Health , 2010-01-27 My Take: Over the next 10-15 years we will need to continue to support the Haitian people as they rebuild their beautiful country. Ensuring  and developing adequate services now  for women and girls… Read more“Medscape: Haiti Response Must Address Health Needs of …”

NYTimes.com: Percy Sutton, Eminent Politician, Dies at 89

NEW YORK REGION | December 28, 2009 Percy Sutton, Eminent Politician, Dies at 89 By DOUGLAS MARTIN Mr. Sutton, a politician in New York City, stood proudly at the center of his race’s epochal struggle for equal rights. Posted via email from drkenya’s posterous Percy Sutton impacted so many of… Read more“NYTimes.com: Percy Sutton, Eminent Politician, Dies at 89”

Dozens of criminal RNs identified by California regulators

Dozens of criminal RNs identified by California regulators ——————– Using newly required fingerprint screening, the state found registered nurses who had been convicted of murder, sex offenses, robbery and assault. By Tracy Weber and Charles Ornstein December 26 2009 Dozens of registered nurses who have been convicted of serious crimes… Read more“Dozens of criminal RNs identified by California regulators”

What are we doing? Why can’t we be leaders?

I have been diligently following the Climate Change Conference (CCC) now entering in the final week. It amazes me how the USA cannot take a leadership role especially since we were one of the big contributors to this problem. In the recent broadcast from Copenhagen, Denmark Amy Goodman’s Democracy Now!… Read more“What are we doing? Why can’t we be leaders?”