Why not design future around 7 billion wonderful livelihoods


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Saturday, December 20, 1986

catholics uniting sdg generations include

pope francis - location vatican, italy; language spanish birth place argentina 

antonio guterres united nations hq, new york us, language portuguese and american, previusly president portugal, birthplace portugal

 joe biden 46th president elect, location from late january 2021, white house washington dc , language american, birthplace PA

 mrs kobe bryant, location los angeles region language american epicentre of sports and lives matter both black and girls - the ate great kobe bryant and daughter died 2019 - he had set up a tech for good investment fund that included investment in the dual language virtual school vipkid - celebrating chinese families that want to learn american

 franciscan culture has inspired the world's last mile health services including women empowered brac- the world's largest ngo partnership and boston's www.pih.org which led jim kim to the world bank 2012-2019- see also jim kim and pope francis pledge 2013; jim kim and ban ki-moon sdg pledges- jim kim arranged practice exchanges between boston and peru making spanish jim kim's second language - the first world bank annual meeting hosted outside dc by jim kim was in peru 2015

relevant winter 2020 diary events include

looking forward to moderating the discussion between Partners In Health co-founders and leaders to celebrate the Netflix release of Bending the Arc, the critically acclaimed documentary about PIH’s early days and the fight for global health equity. The event will take place on the Zoom platform on Monday, November 9, at 4:30 p.m. ET.

PIH Co-founders Dr. Jim Kim, 

Ophelia Dahl, daughter of oxbridge author roald dahl, wellesley scholar in boston at same time as anthropologist graduates kim/farmer studied medicine harvard, joined farmer/kim in exchanges in haiti and leading diversity of funding efforts

Dr. Paul Farmer, leader of pih training hospitals in haiti and rwanda, exchanges with boston harvard medical school, director infectious diseases brigham womens hospital boston

Todd McCormack son of the sports agency billionnaire mark

will join PIH Chief Executive Officer Dr. Sheila Davis and PIH Chief Medical Officer Dr. Joia Mukherjee for a discussion on PIH's core mission of health and social justice, the intersectionality between health and racial equality, and PIH's place in the overall fight to assert health care as a human right going forward.  


Register now and receive instructions on how to join the Zoom event >>

An invitation to the virtual event "Bending the Arc Towards Truth, Equality, and Change" with photographs from the documentary Bending the Arc and of PIH co-founders Dr. Paul Farmer, Ophelia Dahl, and Dr. Jim Yong Kim at the bottom of the invite. The invitation reads, "You're Invited: Bending The Arc Towards Truth, Equality and Change RSVP Today"

There’s still time to register for the webinar, so I hope you’ll join us. We’ll discuss PIH’s core mission focused on global health and social justice, the ways in which health and racial equality intertwine, and our fight to ensure health care is a human right.

Register now: https://secure.pih.org/a/bending-arc-netflix-release.

I hope you’ll join us for what promises to be an engaging and entertaining conversation.

See you there,Leslie Friday

Director of Content
Partners In Health
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paul farmer writes new book 2013  on why fransciscans both live -community serve - with the poorest and invite technology partners to apply leapfrog advances with  the poo and explains why hope matters to last mile health servants 
co-written with Fr. Gustavo Gutiérrez. To read the first chapter of 'In the Company of the Poor,' click here: http://ow.ly/qtGWm
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