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Recent News Entries:

World Car Free Day 2019 celebrated in Dhaka, Bangladesh

October 7, 2019 Filed under Livable Cities

Different government and non-government organizations observed the World Car Free Day in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh, on 22 September 2019. The aim was to reduce traffic congestion, environmental pollution and transportation costs by reducing the number of cars.

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HealthBridge is hosting an Appreciation & Art event

October 7, 2019 Filed under Gender Equality, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn & Child Health

The event is a small gesture of gratitude to our supporters, donors, and partners, where there will be opportunities to chat with our program staff and board members.

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Issue 16 - NCD and Poverty Research Network Newsletter:  The Global Syndemic: Obesity, Undernutrition, & Climate Change

August 21, 2019 Filed under Tobacco Control & NCD Prevention

Focusing on The Lancet Commission on Obesity Report.

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An Enlightened Father – Results from the ARH events

August 19, 2019 Filed under Gender Equality, Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn & Child Health

My name is Ca Van Vinh, I am 30 years old and I work at the Commune People’s Committee. My son, Quân, is a well-behaved & handsome boy. He attends ninth grade at the commune’s Junior Secondary School. After he finishes ninth grade, my family and I have planned a marriage for him.

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Engaging Community in designing safe public spaces

July 23, 2019 Filed under Livable Cities

WBB, with support from UN-Habitat & Dhaka North City Corporation is working with a low-income community in Dhaka to design six public spaces using the computer game Minecraft.

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Vietnam makes important progress with passage of the Alcohol Control Law

July 11, 2019 Filed under Tobacco Control & NCD Prevention

A most noteworthy accomplishment in the first six months of 2019, was the passage of the Alcohol Control Law on June 14th. HealthBridge Vietnam provided technical support to the Ministry of Health when it was drafting the legislation, wrote the related communications materials, and engaged in effective media outreach, and advocacy directed at policy makers, in partnership with the Ministry.

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Vietnam Government Commitment to Promote Cycling

June 27, 2019 Filed under Livable Cities

For years, HealthBridge has worked closely with the local government of Hoi An, a small city in central Vietnam, to improve public spaces. More recently, our work has focused on promoting cycling and further reducing the use of motorized vehicles. (Cars are already banned in the old quarter and motorbikes limited to certain periods of the day.) Recently the work was further enhanced by being awarded a grant from the Transformative Urban Mobility Initiative (TUMI) to work on cycling.

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Now Hiring: Communications & Engagement Officer

June 26, 2019 Filed under Careers

HealthBridge is looking for a dynamic, energetic team player with an interest in global health, and strong communication and interpersonal skills to assist the organization with its public communications (website, social media, e-newsletter), in building relationships with news and existing donors and partners and contributing to the organization’s broader fundraising campaigns and activities (including foundation research, proposal writing, events, on-line giving, major gifts). This person will serve as our lead communications and stakeholder engagement officer.

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Livable Cities initiatives featured on UN Partnerships website

May 30, 2019 Filed under Livable Cities

HealthBridge partner ESAF has three Livable Cities initiatives supporting SDGs  2,3 & 11 featured on the  UN Partnerships for SDG's Platform website.

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Issue 15—NCD and Poverty Research Network Newsletter: Exploring the multi-dimensional relationships between non-communicable diseases and poverty

March 27, 2019 Filed under Tobacco Control & NCD Prevention

In this issue, we look deeper into the links between alcohol, NCDs, and poverty, and into international and local efforts to mitigate the harmful effects of alcohol.

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