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HealthBridge Foundation of Canada is looking for an organization to share office space

November 24, 2020 Filed under Other

Professional Office Space to Share in Downtown Ottawa

HealthBridge Foundation of Canada is looking for an organization to share office space on Nicholas Street in the market area.

We have up to four offices available with windows and a west facing view.

  • The average office size is 126 sq. ft. and each office can comfortably fit two work stations
  • The cost is $29.60/sq ft.
  • Secure building with a security guard at reception
  • Storage space available
  • Amenities: kitchen and boardroom

The offices…

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Now Hiring: Partnership and Fundraising Manager

March 4, 2019 Filed under Other

The Parternship & Fundraising Manager will work under the direction of the Executive Director in developing, coordinating and implementing activities to identify, retain and engage foundation, corporate, and individual donors.  In addition, the Manager will be responsible for building and strengthening relationships with new and existing donors to increase the Foundation’s visibility, impact and financial resources.  The Manager will also play a key role in communicating the impact of HealthBridge’s projects and programs to the wider public, through creating engaging content for a variety of channels. Storytelling is a core function of this role.

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We’re hiring!

June 19, 2018 Filed under Other

HealthBridge Foundation of Canada is seeking team members to join us in Ottawa. Check out our current career opportunities!

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Be advised: Fraud in Malawi

February 26, 2018 Filed under Other

HealthBridge Foundation of Canada is advising partners and the public to be cautious of a fraudlent training opportunity circulating in Malawi.

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10 years as HB Vietnam Country Director: Congratulations Hoang Anh!

December 14, 2016 Filed under Other

"The credibility and impact of HealthBridge Vietnam is a testament to the commitment and efforts of Hoang Anh.”    

-- HealthBridge Executive Director Sian FitzGerald 

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Giving can go a long way, even around the world

October 29, 2016 Filed under Livable Cities, Other

"We had, and seized, the opportunity to be what until now was part of the unwritten history of global efforts aimed at reducing smoking.”

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HB Board member named Outstanding Philanthropist

June 23, 2016 Filed under Other

In addition to being a Board member, David has been a donor to HealthBridge for nearly 20 years. supporting some of our core activities, thus allowing us to be creative and innovative in the way we approach emerging issues and draw attention to them. This is a uniquely valuable kind of gift, and his ongoing support has helped us to be strategic in our work. 

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Impact Story: Students portray obstacles on their school routes

February 23, 2016 Filed under Livable Cities, Other, Impact Story

Students in the Bangladesh capital Dhaka recently drew pictures portraying the difficulties they face on the way to school.

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HealthBridge is new secretariat for global tobacco control alliance, FCA

February 4, 2016 Filed under Tobacco Control & NCD Prevention, Other

On Jan. 1, 2016, HealthBridge became the secretariat for the Framework Convention Alliance for Tobacco Control (FCA). 

FCA played an instrumental role as civil society’s representative at the creation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, and today has nearly 500 member organizations in more than 100 countries. HealthBridge and FCA have collaborated on numerous projects over the years. 

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Hanoi residents undaunted by busier streets

August 31, 2015 Filed under Livable Cities, Other

Increasing traffic in Hanoi is making the city less livable, according to a recent article co-authored by HealthBridge board member Mark Zuidgeest

However, Mark and his fellow authors were surprised to find that heavier traffic on some streets did not make residents less sociable. 

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