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Anteriores Ganadores

2013 Dr. Alok Kumar Barbados
2012 Dra. Debora Diniz et al. Brasil
2011 Dra. Ana Lucía Lovadino de Lima Brasil
2010 Desierto n/a
2009 Dr. Guilherme Luiz Guimaraes Borges México
2008 Dr. Mauricio L. Barreto et al. Brasil
2007 Dr. Teresa Gonzalez-Cossio et al. México
2006  Desierto n/a
2005  Mario Rodríguez et al.  México
2004  Jaime Bayona-García et al. Perú
2003 Juan A. Rivera et al.  México
2002  Desierto n/a
2001  Mariana Sanmartino, Liliana Crocco Argentina
2000  Gerusa Dreyer et al. Brasil
1999  Desierto n/a
1998  Joaquim Noroes Brasil
1997  Maria C. Cecere et al.  Argentina
1996  Axel Kroeger et al.  Inglaterra
1995  John Gay et al.  Cuba

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The Edelman Global Citizenship Contributions Committee has given me the honor of recognizing my volunteer work, during Volunteer Appreciation Week, with the Pan American Health and Education Foundation (PAHEF) through an Edelman Community Investment Grant. Furthermore, I have been asked to share with you my experience with this fine organization. As a board member every opportunity to speak about our work is a welcomed opportunity.

 

The timing of this grant could not have been more perfect. On April 7 we celebrated World Health Day and this year we wanted the world to pay attention to vector borne diseases. Diseases like malaria, dengue, chagas, lechmeniasis and river blindness are not getting the attention they deserve, despite the fact that they affect over one billion people every year. 

 

These diseases exacerbate poverty because they are also responsible for 1/6th of the illness and disability suffered worldwide. If you can’t w...

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