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Pakur Mother and Child Survival Project


Moving Dangerously, Moving Pleasurably: Improving Walkability in Dhaka: Using a BRT Walkability Strategy to Make Dhaka’s Transportation Infrastructure Pedestrian-Friendly. Summary Report

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NCD and Poverty Research Network newsletter: Saving markets in Vietnam



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India needs to use its development programs to fight NCDs.

An interview with HealthBridge India's Shoba John.


Walkability and quality of life for garment factory workers in Bangladesh: See Here


HealthBridge receives Grand Challenges Canada grant:


Watch a video about our Tanzania-based project,

Diagnosing Fevers Better


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HealthBridge Executive Director Sian Fitzgerald interviewed on CBC-TV's The National on May 27 about Maternal and Child Health


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Global Tobacco Control and NCD Prevention - Report of a meeting on sharing experiences on controlling tobacco use and other NCD risk factors, February 2014.


Board Member Emeritus

C.W.L. (Bill) Jeanes

1919-2014


We are sorry to report that HB Board Member Emeritus, Bill Jeanes, passed away on July 1. A founding Member of PATH Canada, which became HealthBridge in 2006, Bill was active on our Board for more than 30 years. Our deepest sympathies to his family and friends.



Mainstreaming noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) into India’s Development Programmes: A Preliminary Assessement