Dan Weinbaum

Dan is the Communications Director for Heart to Heart International. You can read more about him on the Meet the Staff page.

HHI Responds to Ecuador Earthquake

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    As of this writing, the death toll from the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Ecuador has risen to 350.  That number is expected to go even higher.  More than 2,000 are estimated to have been injured. (UPDATE 21Apr16:  The death toll has risen to near 600, with nearly 7,000 injured). The quake struck Saturday, April 16th,... 

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Health Workers Rescue Ailing Mother and Child

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  story by INDRA SORIA Communications & Fundraising Officer   Sometimes a helping hand reaches out at just the right moment. In southeast Haiti, a young woman and her baby girl fell ill.  Both needed to be seen by a doctor, but 18 year old Mélianne was struggling to find help for herself and Robancia, her seven... 

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Our Hero in Healthcare

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Each year, Ingram's Magazine, a Kansas City-based business publication, features outstanding health providers in its Heroes in Healthcare series. HHI's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Rick Randolph made the list for 2016.

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En Haïti, HHI répond à Zika épidémie de virus

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Heart to Heart International travaille en Haïti depuis près de six ans afin d'aider les communautés les plus vulnérables et les plus isolées à avoir un meilleur accès aux services de santé. Le travail effectué par nos médecins et infirmières haïtiens ont déjà habilité HHI à déployer des réponses efficaces contre le virus Zika. L'un des membres du staff haïtien fournit plus de détails ci-dessous ...

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In Haiti, HHI responds to Zika virus outbreak

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Heart to Heart International has been working in Haiti for six years to increasingly expand health care access to remote and vulnerable people. The work our Haitian doctors and nurses are already doing has prepared HHI to respond to the Zika virus. One of our Haiti staff members provides more details...

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Zika Virus Concerns Grow; HHI Already In Action

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Once contained to the Eastern Hemisphere, the Zika virus within the past year has spread at an alarming rate into the Americas, primarily in South America and the Caribbean. The virus has typically caused a minor illness, yet Zika is increasingly being linked to a spike in severe birth defects in Brazil, prompting travel warnings for pregnant women and causing alarm across the global medical community.

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Joint Statement: An appeal to end the suffering in Syria

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More than 120 humanitarian organizations and United Nations agencies issued a joint appeal on January 21, 2016 urging the world to raise their voices and call for an end to the Syria crisis and to the suffering endured by millions of civilians. The appeal also outlines a series of immediate, practical steps that can improve humanitarian access and the delivery of aid to those in need inside Syria.

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