International Day for Rural Women: The Coffee Connection

The health of rural coffee workers has an impact on us all

The health of rural coffee workers has an impact on us all

October 15 commemorates the International Day for Rural Women to recognize “the critical [...]

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WHO Comes to Vermont

WHO at Grounds for Health

WHO at Grounds for Health

Last month a team from the World Health Organization met with writers and editors in Waterbury to finalize the document Comprehensive Cervical Cancer Control: A guide to essential practice. This valuable guide on [...]

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Grounds for Health Tapped for World Health Organization Advisory Panel

Waterbury, VT – The executive director of the Waterbury-based international non-profit Grounds for Health has been asked to join a Technical Advisory Committee of the World Health Organization (WHO). The invitation is to participate in updating “The Pink Book” which outlines international guidelines for cervical cancer prevention. August Burns, MPH, CM, PA was invited by the WHO to join a panel of world experts based on Grounds for Health’s 16 years of experience creating cervical cancer prevention, screening and training programs in coffee-growing [...]

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Grounds for Health at WHO

World Health Organization technical advisory group

August Burns (center) at WHO to revise to revise International Guidelines on Cervical Cancer Prevention

While most of the team was celebrating at SCAA in Portland, Grounds for Health [...]

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One Week: Around the World Retro-Diary

One Week: Around the Globe

April 22 – 28 Retro Diary

During one whirlwind week in April, you could clearly see how Grounds for Health has been having an impact on a global level. From April 22-28, Grounds for Health was doing work [...]

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