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How a Video is the First Step to Health.

“You know what this means, don’t you”, said the young doctor in the middle of the night. “No, I don’t!” I wanted to scream. He was speaking to me in French and I was in Geneva, Switzerland, in the early stages of labour for what…

Birthing Healthy Babies in South East Asia

Dealing with the critical moments of childbirth on a daily basis has not been without heartbreak for Robin Lim’s team at Bumi Sehat: limited funds, natural disasters and an overwhelming work load definitely take their toll. So how does this…
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Growing Fruits of Labour and Love

Last year Happy Herb Company created a $25,000 grant to help One Health Organisation (OHO) further develop our Collaborative Projects Program (CPP). CPP has had an incredible impact over the last 10 years by ensuring that 21 community health…
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Now Serving: Nutrient Rich Education – Breakfast Lunch and Dinner

Putting ash into your food may not seem like a particularly nutritious idea, but until the intervention of the Mykids Health Education Program, this is precisely what was occurring in some parts of Myanmar. In October this year our Mykids…
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Barbara Polus-CEO, Neuroscientist and Bookkeeper?

By David Anderson Barbara Polus may be fearful of facing large waves in the ocean, but she does not cower from her challenges as the CEO of Hands on Health Australia (HoHA). Established by Dr Dein Vindigni and inspired by none other than…
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Budding Healthcare Opportunities

For Ann, crippling depression and respiratory issues meant that she was continuously in and out of hospital. Disadvantage, with limited employment opportunities, also ensured that she could not afford the treatments required for a full recovery.…
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Six Months Since Typhoon Haiyan – an Update

An update on OHO and Bumi Sehat foundation's assistance to communities affected by Typhoon Haiyan .
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New Graduates Lend Healing Hands to East Timorese

HOHA training program in East Timor is helping improve the wellbeing of many who had come to accept that living with pain was just a ‘way of life’.