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Stephanie Wiafe Communications Engagement Officer

Stephanie is the Communications and Engagment Officer at HealthBridge. She has an Undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Health Sciences from the University of Ottawa and Master's degree in Public Health from Queen's University. She has worked on multiple research teams, both in Canada and internationally, investigating diverse global health issues including infectious disease outbreaks and the impact of the built environment on adolescent health in west Africa.[…]

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The Importance of the Kitchen Garden

August 12, 2020

The Importance of the Kitchen Garden

Phattepur is a large region of Raptipari in Midwestern Nepal encompassing about 3,000 households. The region has a diverse population, with several different ethnic and religious groups living there, including Madhesi, Muslim, Tharu, and Nepali. International Nepal Fellowship (INF) and HealthBridge Foundation of Canada are implementing a four-year maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) project in this[…] Keep reading this entry

Presentation: Opportunity for Cycling as Mobility in Covid-19 Pandemic

August 10, 2020

This presentation by Hai Dinh, Sam Dennis and Shail Shrestha from the Livable Cities Bicycle Team demonstrates and describes how cycling contributes to the Livable Cities goals as well as challenges in mobility, challenges for cycle users and opportunites and initatives for cycling as an afforadable, safe, and sustainable mode of transport in cities around the world. View the presenation: https://healthbridge.ca/images/uploads/library/Bicycling-Covid-Response[…] Keep reading this entry

HealthBridge Foundation of Canada and GGTC announce Vietnam’s winner of the 2020 STOP Global Media Competition

June 30, 2020

Hanoi, Vietnam/Bangkok, Thailand – HealthBridge Foundation of Canada and the Global Center for Good Governance in Tobacco Control (GGTC), a partner in STOP, a global tobacco industry watchdog, today proudly announced the Vietnam’s winner of the 2020 STOP Global Media Competition, entitled “Expose Tobacco Industry Manipulation, Save the Next Generation.”

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