News

During National Public Health Week, the Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation visited a flea market in Riviera Beach, Florida, to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, stroke, autism and food safety. The organization made particular efforts to reach Haitian, black and Hispanic residents with information on HIV prevention, the signs of autism, how to prevent food contamination, and healthy eating and lifestyle tips.

Click Here


Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc is one of the participants of the third Meeting of the Ad Hoc 0pen-Ended Expert Group on Marine Litter and Microplastics which took place from 18 – 22 November in Bangkok, Thailand
Click Here


Applying for ECOSOC Consultative Status – 5 May 2021, 11:00 A.M. – 12:30 P.M. EST

The webinar is aimed for NGOs that are NOT in Consultative Status with ECOSOC and will provide guidance on how to complete the application for ECOSOC consultative status.
The meeting will provide answers to the following questions:

  • What is Consultative Status, which organizations are eligible and what are its benefits?
  • How the entire application process works since the application is submitted to the NGO Branch until ECOSOC makes its decision?
  • What are the main components of the application package?
    Interested NGOs that do not have ECOSOC Consultative Status can register:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1eWjJL6n1MGPeINSF_sArpxl0jAWiq_LtZmffVdguYck/viewform?edit_requested=true


During our First Meeting of the INSAS We’ve the opportunity to contribute to FAO INSAS Work Plan here’s a partial of our contribution we have requested more attention to “Bangladesh”
Salinity intrusion and increased salinity in water and soil have serious negative impacts on agriculture and food security as well as human health all over the world. It also results in the low-calorie intake and chronic malnutrition of coastal people in underdeveloped and developing countries like Bangladesh. As a result, malnutrition affects human health. Not only malnutrition but also drinking saline water affects human health, which is experienced all over the world in the last decades. Besides malnutrition, deforestation and loss of vegetation due to soil salinity damage both respiratory health as well as mental health of the human being.
Salinity is increased particularly in the dry season and coastal populations are exposed via the drinking water in some river deltas. However, the effects of higher salinity on health are seen in those low-income countries, where water is insufficiently treated or not treated at all. But exposure to high salinity can happen not only through drinking water but also through other indirect routes such as cooking, bathing, and occupation.
Many studies have reported a range of health problems due to increased salinity exposure (through drinking, cooking, and bathing) among coastal populations that include hypertension and miscarriage among pregnant women, skin diseases, acute respiratory infection, and diarrheal diseases.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-U6CFjUcaSROjHFksibGoG75DQsPmgpW/view


Join our Fundraising! Our goal is to raise $10,000 for shipping costs for our medical equipment Donate online or write a check to Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc USA”Not everyone has access to healthcare Now you have the chance to change that by taking part in our fundraiser! “


United Nations commission on population and development 2021 🇺🇳

Here we are again, leading a new meeting as officially a part of #United_Nations #CPD54

By: Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation inc.

FOOD INSECURITY IS ALSO AN ISSUE FOR BOTH HOMELESS AND LOW-INCOME POPULATIONS

#Hunger and #homelessness have distinct causes and disparate impacts on different segments of the #population. Estimates for hungry people are at 690 million people or 8.9 percent of the #world population, up 10 million in one year or 60 million in five years. 381 million in the world are undernourished.

Dr. Ahmed Nigim Moderator & Representative

South Florida Continues to Face Hunger & Student Homelessness Challenges

Pierrette J Cazeau President HCRFF

Awareness of covid-19:What about the children who live and die of hunger in the streets of Kinshasa / DRC

Ms Nadine Kioni

BEEHIVE Enfance & Education

Population & Education in Africa

Mr. DIANKO Lamine

ACI HUMAN RIGHTS

Fifty-fourth session: Commission on #Population and #Development Side event

Topic: #Food #insecurity is also an issue for Both Homeless and Low-income Populations

Time: Apr 20, 2021 08:30 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting ID: 863 7469 308

Passcode: 308828

https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/content/calendar-side-events?fbclid=IwAR3BpvFA2qr6cFRnfbxWJzQk0iZxrJpDk6gU7Inr6UjFsuCHEpw6qwvrQGc


Statement / submitted by Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc.

https://digitallibrary.un.org/record/3836235?ln=en


We write in opposition to S. 4897, the American Nuclear Infrastructure Act of 2020, which is scheduled for mark-up on December 2, 2020. The provisions in this bill would misdirect vital government, financial, and industrial resources to an uneconomical, environmentally unjust and harmful set of technologies. If 2020 has taught us anything, it is that we must marshal our national resources to address structural inequities and injustices that undermine our safety, health, economic security, and sustainability

http://foe.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Sign-on_S4897_OPPOSE_119-orgs-3.pdf


Palm Beach County Legislative Delegation Local Bill and Public Hearing Palm Beach County Convention Center

https://discover.pbcgov.org/legislativeaffairs/Legislative_Delegation/2021/Jan-7-2021-Delegation-Hearing-Agenda.pdf


3rd International Conference on Retroviruses and Novel Drugs

https://retrovirus.conferenceseries.com/speaker/2017/pierrette-cazeau-capella-university-school-of-public-services-leadership-usa


Join International Monetary Fund Managing Director, Christine Lagarde, and World Bank Group President, Jim Yong Kim, as they engage with representatives from Global Civil Society Organizations in an interactive townhall event. The heads of the two institutions will discuss a wide range of development topics with civil society. Follow the conversation online #AMCSO18

https://live.worldbank.org/cso-townhall-2018


We, the undersigned 263 civil society organisations (CSOs), are writing to you to share our deep concern about your potential participation in a $2.5 billion project finance loan for the construction of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project. French oil major Total, together with the governments of Uganda and Tanzania and Total’s project partner, the Chinese state-owned oil firm CNOOC, are pushing towards reaching the already much-delayed Final Investment Decision on the EACOP early this year.
https://www.banktrack.org/download/open_letter_from_over_260_civil_society_organisations_to_banks_on_eacop/210301_eacop_open_letter_to_banks_2.pdf


UN GATE, Sept 5 – Before Inner City Press was roughed up by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres’ Security on June 22 and July 3, 2018 and banned since then, it insistently asked for disclosure of Guterres’ links to convicted UN briber CEFC China Energy and silence on China’s abuses in Xinjiang and Hong Kong.
https://freedomofconscience.eu/unsg-guterres-for-china-now-censors-in-geneva-as-he-has-in-ny-for-429-days-banning-press-for-cefc-china-energy/


UNPRECEDENTED DECISIONS ARE NEEDED IN THE FACE OF AN UNPRECEDENTED HEALTH CRISIS
https://www.amu-it.eu/fermiamo-lembargo-contro-la-siria/?lang=en


CDC’s End TB Thunderclap will go live on March 24th at 1:00 pm EDT/10:00 am PDT. We need at least 100 supporters for the Thunderclap to take effect.
https://www.cdc.gov/tb/worldtbday/2017/state_activities.htm


Highlights from the Student Assembly
November 3-7, 2007, the place to be is Washington, D.C. for the 135th APHA Annual Meeting & Exposition.
http://www.aphastudents.org/docs/2007_Meeting_Supplement.pdf


Join us to kick off The Opportunity Project Demo Week! Day 1 will focus on showcasing innovative products to defend and restore the natural environment, lifting up voices from indigenous communities, and featuring perspectives from student innovators.

https://emamo.com/event/the-opportunity-project-demo-week-2020/r/attendee/pierrette-j-cazeau


We, the undersigned human rights activists and members of civil society, appeal to the World Health Organization for the removal of James Chau as Goodwill Ambassador.

https://unwatch.org/appeal-by-100-ngos-for-who-to-remove-james-chau-as-goodwill-ambassador/


Berkeley College Women’s Summit Encourages the Future Generation of Change Agents
https://berkeleycollege.edu/newsroom/2021/04/berkeley-college-womens-summit-encourages-the-future-generation-of-change-agents.html


Title: Building HERstory: A Women’s Summit

Date: Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Time: 3:00 PM- 4:30PM (Sign on at 2:30PM)

Description: Building HERstory: A Women’s Summit is a program focusing on women’s empowerment and advancement through a conversation with our keynote speaker Dr. Damary Bonilla-Rodriguez and featured organizations that focus on women’s issues. Followed by breakout rooms to engage with our panelists where participants can ask questions and learn more about the organizations.


BREAKING NEWS: HOMELESS CARES ACT EVICTION

We’re pleased to inform the public that our HOMELESS CARES ACT EVICTION Paper towards UN NGO WGEH was submitted to the rapporteur that has been published to the United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner in the division of Civil Society Doc. We say many thanks to UN NGO WGEH Committees such a great opportunity. https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Issues/Housing/COVID19/CivilSociety/Haiti-Cholera-Research-Foundation.docx


NEWS UPDATE; Spring Meetings World Bank Group IMF
It’s an honor to announce that HCRFF has a profile platform at the IMF. HCRFF will attend CIVIL SOCIETY POLICY FORUM that will take place on March 22–April 2, 2021 IMF-World Bank Virtual Spring Meetings as an accredited CSO.


This will be a food distribution to Mobile Home low-income residents in Palm Beach County Residents will be receiving food, a brochure of Eviction the law and regulation of Eviction process lastly a Free HIV Testing

https://urbanoctober.unhabitat.org/event/connect-community

Find us on the GOVSERV

https://www.govserv.org/US/Lake-Worth/512367522175169/Haiti-Cholera-Research-Funding-Foundation%2C-Inc.

BREAKING NEWS; We’re pleased to announce to the public that HCRFF is part of 04 Dec 10 Years of Quantum in the Community to receive Grants towards our project

https://quantumfnd.org/10-years-of-quantum-in-the-community/

ATTENDEE DETAILS: NGO CSW65 Virtual Forum

https://ngocsw65forum.us2.pathable.com/people/sDzGNdXfpHfjyYSqg

COMMUNITY HEALTH FAIR

https://worlddiabetesday.org/activities/events/community-health-fair/


BREAKING NEWS: We’re pleased to announce to the public our Latinos and Hispanic Representative Ms. Iris Morales. Ms. Morales will represent the Hispanic Community on our behalf. She will be the Hispanic Community Outreach that will allow us to serve the community.


NEWS UPDATE: TARGET GENDER EQUALITY LIVE It’s an honor to inform you all that our team will be joining as an UN Global Compact Participant on the sidelines of the International Women’s Day and Commission on the Status of Women events (CSW65), TARGET GENDER EQUALITY LIVE will demonstrate the leadership of UN Global Compact on gender equality by showcasing the Women’s Empowerment Principles, promoting the Target Gender Equality global impact initiative and engaging women-led businesses. This interactive virtual event seeks to inspire and engage business and other stakeholders to take concrete action to advance gender. equality and help to build private sector support and momentum in advance of the Gender Equality Forums taking place later in the year.

Please show support with encouragement words of support


UN NGO CSW65 Virtual Parallel Events Hosted by Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc USA

Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc USA (HCRFF) is proud to be hosting a parallel event at the 2021 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women (CSW65).

March 19th, 2021
Time: 8-10 EDT
Location: CSW

RSVP HERE to access the CSW portal to register as an ADVOCATE and be part of the event

ATTENDING IS TOTALLY FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. AFTER YOU REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE, YOU WILL RECEIVE AN EMAIL FROM NGO CSW TO CREATE YOUR ADVOCATE PROFILE.


The East African Crude Oil Pipeline will displace communities, endanger wildlife & fuel climate change. We need to send a clear message to banks not to support it & to promote clean energy for Africa instead. Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation is on the 263 Organizations that join & together we can #StopEACOP https://www.stopeacop.net/news/testing


UNEA-5

Planetary emergencies take centre stage as world leaders gather virtually

The Earth is careening towards a trio of environmental catastrophes, politicians, scientists and activists said during the Fifth Session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-5). Their main message: humanity is running out of time to tackle climate change, biodiversity loss and pollution. During the assembly, delegates from 153 states also approved UNEP’s new Medium-Term Strategy, a vision for the institution’s role in driving sustainable development https://www.unep.org/news-and-stories/press-release/un-environment-assembly-concludes-urgent-call-action-solve-planetary.

From keynote speeches to policy forums to an inside look at an historic summit, check out our top videos from the Fifth Session of the United Nations Environment Assembly.

Can big data help protect the planet?

A data deficit is hamstringing the world’s ability to fight climate change. But technology, from drones to artificial intelligence, is helping to change that. https://www.unep.org/news-and-stories/story/can-big-data-help-protect-planet


BREAKING NEWS: Universal Health Coverage (UHC)2030

We’re pleased to announce to the public that Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation inc USA (HCRFF) is an Authourized Vendor for the United Nations Global Market in the division of Pharmaceutical.

UHC2030 is the global movement to build stronger health systems for universal health coverage (UHC). UHC2030 provides a multi-stakeholder platform to promote collaborative working in countries and globally on health systems strengthening. UHC2030 is jointly hosted by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Bank Group.

https://www.ungm.org/


Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc is a Global Humanitarian 501 C 3 Non-Profit Organization registered Trademark with consultative Status with the United Nations with no Affiliation with Haiti. Our Mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved community’s worldwide.

This year marks our third annual engaging year for the International Women’s Day Event.
We will have a virtual Zoom Meeting linked to International Women’s Day #IWD with the theme “ #ChooseToChallenge
The intent for this virtual event will cover several agendas:
(1) Show your solidarity in choosing to challenge and call out aspects that are unhelpful to women
(2) Raise your hand assertively and show that you choose to challenge inequity.
(3) We can choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequity. We can choose to seek out and celebrate women’s achievements.
The event will be on March 8, 2021at 9-11am EST (US and Canada), 7:30 PM Mumbai Kolkata, New Delhi
Participants will engage with interactive panelists on their topics.
Please register to attend this event:

Join Zoom Meeting:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83828893222…

Meeting ID: 838 2889 3222
Passcode: 436357

One tap mobile
+16465588656,,83828893222#,,,,*436357# US (New York)
+13017158592,,83828893222#,,,,*436357# US (Washington DC)
Dial by your location
 

  • +1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
  • +1 301 715 8592 US (Washington DC)
  • +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
  • +1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)
  • +1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)
  • +1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)

Meeting ID: 838 2889 3222
Passcode: 436357
Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kbPBb2X3Ta

We are grateful to have such panelists for the International Women’s Day #IWD21
Moderator Dr.Hemanth kumar Manikyam International Medical Mission Representative to UN
Dr. Salahideen Alhaj United Nations Expert BETTER DATA BETTER LIVES. Statistical Data Collection & Management Census Survey CSPro / CAP
Ms. Ananya Kamboj Young Ambassador at Football for Friendship, Founder Sports to Lead
Ms. Kioni Nadine Founder of BEEHIVE Enfance & Education.
Ms.Mavayna Manav “Mansi” Executive Director, SGHF USA, State Chairperson,YW “NHRHF” India Country Director “Regional” UYG UK also the Co-Founder of Carevanta Foundation to the Model Peace Forum Global Advisory Board.
Ms.Charu Pragya Vice Chairman, NADA National Media Panelist BJP National Incharge (Legal) BJYM
Mrs. Maria Veneke Ylikomi Global Ambassador at United Youth For Sustainable Globe & GoodWill Ambassador Foundation.
Ms. Marie-Claire Graf Global Focal Point at YOUNGO UNFCC


NEWS UPDATE:
After decades of steady decline, the number of people who suffer from hunger #zerohunger #zerohungerzerowaste
We’re pleased to inform you all that we are officially an agency partner with Palm Beach County Food Bank towards our Health For All Youth Homeless Project “Mobile Food Pantry”. We will have our weekly distribution at Holiday Ranch Mobile Home Between 12:30 to 1:30 PM For further details please contact 1-561-577-2698. A gratitute thanks to the Latinos and Hispanics Community for allowing us to serve them
https://www.facebook.com/Health-For-All-Youth-Homeless-104875937965850/?__cft__[0]=AZWKvZtGdSNraYHdaaLI-6GAAuvhzw2QYfQvf57ZU-HWLSUuDwTSHrnp-BGfEtaq61AvbhShWOCknoV-uj4FM3Msss8X7AMX2pF9v9uqWO-aYg&__tn__=kK-R


Analysing effectiveness of response options pursuant to UNEA Resolution 4/6 paragraph 7(d)
https://wedocs.unep.org/bitstream/handle/20.500.11822/34183/UNEA4_7d_Effectiveness-20-22-Oct-2020-v5-recorded.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y


Stronger Collaboration, Better Health: 2020 progress report on the Global Action Plan for Healthy Lives and Well-being for All
https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/9789240010277


Dear Pierrette J Cazeau,
We are pleased to inform you that your online application for Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc to become an Organisational Affiliate of WABA has been approved.
We thank you for your application to become a WABA Partner Organisation. It is now under review by the WABA Steering Council (SC). Pending decision from the WABA SC, we will get in touch with you to discuss areas for possible collaboration.
Your affiliate dues have been waived for the first year from 1st January to 31st December 2021. Please note that to continue being an affiliate after this time period, you must pay your annual dues latest by 31st December 2021.
The WABA Rules of Engagement outline your privileges, responsibilities and conditions as an Organisational Affiliate of WABA and are specified below:


Privilege:
Organisational Affiliates will have the following privileges of:
Participating in making nominations from their region for election to the WABA Steering Council (SC);
Receiving invitations to attend major WABA events. This does not mean financial support to attend, although discounted registration fees may apply;
Receiving newsletters and information on breastfeeding issues;
Becoming a Global, Regional, or Country Partner of WABA by working jointly with WABA to develop and sign a partnership agreement to undertake specific collaborative activities.
https://waba.org.my/


Yanique Villard is the owner of the St Jean Baptiste Foundation which her 501 C 3 has been revoked by IRS also IRS is searching if she is working or collaborating with another 501 C 3. Now HCRFF understood such approach by visiting their projects

https://www.facebook.com/yanique.villard


Join our 21th COVID-19 Drive
Feminine Hygiene KIts Register Online
Diapers Size 6, 5, 4,3,2 Register Online
Whole Gallon of Milk
Fresh Eggs
Fresh Produce and Vegetables
6 pallets of Produce & Vegetables from our sponsor Palm Beach Food Bank
Must be a resident of Holiday Ranch. In order to receive you must show proof of your residency also sign with a number

http://www.fao.org/world-soil-day/worldwide-events/en/?fbclid=IwAR11AklviPtJ5OVQzKYhogARBTS8WtfWtRkI_B48JFMh521A3xRqUiHZVGQ

Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc is a Global Humanitarian 501 C 3 Non-Profit Organization with consultative Status with United Nations. Our Mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved community’s worldwide.

This year marks our second engaging year for the Universal Health Coverage Day Event. We will have a virtual Zoom Meeting linked to UHC DAY with the theme “COVID-19 Frontlines Health Care Workers” The intent for this virtual event will cover several agendas:

(1) Governments need to increase domestic investment and allocate more public financing for health through equitable and mandatory resources.
(2) Governments must improve efficiency and equity in the use of existing resources and reduce reliance on impoverishing out-of-pocket payments. Development assistance to health should reduce fragmentation and strengthen national health financing capacities.
(3) Governments around the world have expanded their control measures to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
(4) By 2021 Government should invest in an education, health, training and resources for HealthCare Workers as well as Caregivers

The event will be on December 12th, 2020 at 7-8am EST (US and Canada). Participants will engage with interactive panelists on their topics.

Please register to attend this event:

Join Zoom Meeting:
Meeting ID: 894 5525 2956
Passcode: 439216

We are grateful to have such panelists for the UHC Day

  • Dr. Charlyn Hilliman Capella University Dean of Public Services Leadership
  • Dr Ahmed Nigim ENT Specialist
  • Dr Maryse Tonnerre HCRFF France Delegate
  • Dr. Sachin Sinha , Associate Professor -DDCRC, Director – Indian Forum of Dental Skills
  • Dr. Hemanth kumar Manikyam Director of Research & Development (Drug Discovery and Genomics) UN Volunteer
  • Mr. Thomas F Huehn MLIS PBC Reference Librarian Focal Point Conference To UN HCRFF VP & Trustee

https://www.facebook.com/events/238617054300098?acontext=%7B%22action_history%22%3A[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22page_admin_bar%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22%7B%5C%22page_id%5C%22%3A512367522175169%7D%22%7D%2C%7B%22surface%22%3A%22events_admin_tool%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22events_admin_tool%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22[]%22%7D]%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D


Working with ECOSOC: A NGOs Guide to Consultative Status

http://csonet.org/content/documents/ECOSOC%20Brochure_2018_Web.pdf


Water accounting and auditing for better water governance
Water underpins many of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), not least those relating to Zero Hunger and Clean Water and Sanitation. Unfortunately, achieving these objectives by 2030 will be a challenge.

http://www.fao.org/3/cb2227en/cb2227en.pdf


Overcoming water scarcity with sustainable irrigation
Irrigated agriculture occupies about 20 percent of total cropland but generates more than 40 percent of total production in terms of value. The higher productivity in irrigated areas relative to rainfed agriculture is due to higher and more stable yields, more intensive cropping and the cultivation of high-value crops.

http://www.fao.org/3/cb2226en/cb2226en.pdf


Upscaling innovative rainwater management in rainfed agriculture
Rainfed production dominates agriculture, covering about 80 percent of total cropland and accounting for more than half of the world’s food production. It is thus central to ensuring access to safe, nutritious and sufficient food for all people all year round, and to eradicating all forms of malnutrition (Sustainable Development Goal 2 Targets 2.1 and 2.2).

http://www.fao.org/3/cb2225en/cb2225en.pdf


HCRFF was one of the delegate as well as expert group that participate to the 4th Meeting of the Ad-hoc Open-ended Expert Group on Marine Litter and Microplastics (AHEG-4)

https://enb.iisd.org/oceans/marine-litter-microplastics/aheg4/


UN Habitat Urban Thinkers Campus Report : Accelerating the SDGs in Cities

http://csud.ei.columbia.edu/files/2018/11/Columbia-UTC-Report-.pdf


UN Habitat Urban Thinkers Campus : Accelerating the SDGs in Cities 60+ ‘IDEAS for ACTION’

http://csud.ei.columbia.edu/files/2018/11/Columbia-UTC-60-Ideas-for-Action.pdf


HCRFF launched their first Africa Women’s Entrepreneurs Day Event with a special Guest Yugratna Srivastava Global Focal Point United Nations Major Group Child and Youth to UNEP

https://www.facebook.com/events/353419265872043?acontext=%7B%22action_history%22%3A[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22page_admin_bar%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22%7B%5C%22page_id%5C%22%3A512367522175169%7D%22%7D%2C%7B%22surface%22%3A%22events_admin_tool%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22events_admin_tool%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22[]%22%7D]%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D


We’re pleased to announce to the public our First Community Health Fair 2020 that will be held November 21, at 12-4pmat Holiday Ranch Mobile Home. This event is a project by Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc USA in Partnership with ICNA Relief also funded by Quantum Foundation For more info contact 561-577-2698.

https://www.facebook.com/events/3390124751103055/?active_tab=discussion


HCRFF is thrilled to announce that they are a partnered agency with the Junior League of Boca Raton Diapers Bank. The foundation is granted 10,000 for the year 2020 to 2021; we are serving Hispanic Community residing in Mobile Homes as well as Private Homes throughout Palm Beach County.

https://www.jlbr.org/impact/diaper-bank/

HCRFF is a Global Humanitarian Non-Profit Organization 501 C 3 with ECOSOC Status to United Nations No affiliation with Haiti. Our program services will help people with diabetes learn how to take the best care of themselves https://worlddiabetesday.org/activities/events/community-health-fair/?fbclid=IwAR3MZseeIz68QQSHjy3jauN6oXaImr-zs4Xy9lkMcAEVM_3kQfq9V8zafLE#.X7EheAdhn9s.facebook


List of Haitians that were informed and requested to be removed from HCRFF Platform without authorization. Each one of them is a member of the Haitian-American Elected Officials Network focusing on Haitian Diaspora Organization however failed to learn that they’re targeting an international NGOs also trying their best to convince the Haitian Community Haiti Cholera & Justice (https://www.facebook.com/Haiticholerajustice/?epa=SEARCH_BOX) is HCRFF “Psychotic Delusional Disorders”HCRFF is not affiliated with Haiti or defeating them against UN.HCRFF is a register Non-Profit with the state of Florida as well as Trademark

Dr Louise
A proposal was submitted to Palm Beach State College for Environment however it’s ended under the care of Nursing Department of Nursing. A Haitian nursing student informed HCRFF and HCRFF asked PBSC to cancel and remove us from their list of recommendation Dr Aurelien was insulted in front of the PBSC Provost Dr Aurelien is part of HANA

Dr Backer
A proposal was submitted to IOM Representative in Wash Dc for Bahamians coming to Riviera Beach however Dr Magalie Backer was informed to visit Haiti Connection website and insulted in front of UN IOM representative for Haitians in Bahamas during Hurricane Dorian

Former State Rep. Al Jacquet
Numerous rejection that State Rep Al Jacquet received from HCRFF President. Misleading others Florida Legislation Delegation and correction were made in public. Jacquet were insulted in Social Media his facebook page. Mr Jacquel misled City of Riviera Beach Mayor that HCRFF is representing them however correction were made for clarification

Commissioner Mack Bernard
HCRFF added to the list of Housing under a $150m bond however his homeless advocate was insulted in front of non-profit organizations to avoid another conflict Misleading Solid Waste Management a about HCRFF status as well as Park & Recreations all corrections were made in public among other commissioners via emails

Haitian Prime Minister
HCRFF President met former Ministry of Environment in Nairobi Kenya however he was informed that HCRFF is an American NGOs that has no relationship with Haiti

Pierre Richard Lamonthe
Pierre Richard Lamonthe a relative of Former Prime Minister Lawrence Lamonthe posed as HCRFF representative at UNEPMeeting however HCRFF President verified and requested for him to be removed and placed to Haitian Govt as a Focal Point

Dr Bass
made several attempts to meet with HCRFF President however she was insulted and learned about the research also Dr Bass wanted to know if the research is still under writing however failed to learn that the research has been published more than 6 years ” reading comprehension:”

Mr Francois also lost the Senate Election
Trustee of Spring Valley misleading one of HCRFF sponsors for Earth Day Summit about HCRFF is part of Haitian Govt. Mr Francois informed his activities going to UN HCRFF President informed that HCRFF does not represent them as well as defeating them for Cholera Victims

HCRFF President met with NY Haitian Consulate Mr Thomas he was informed that HCRFF is not representing them or standing for them

Lake Park Commissioner
Lake Park Town Hall Councilman Roger Michaud mislead his mayor about HCRFF he is insulted and corrections were made among Councilmen, city manager lastly city attorney

Former NFL Kristtofer Doura
The winner of all Haitians that has been informed but refused to embrace the fact that HCRFF is not affiliated with Haiti. There is a Warning Fraud Alert Former NFL Kristofer Doura on HCRFF website


Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc is one of the Signatory for Unprecedented Decisions needed in the face of an unprecedented health crisis. Appeal: Lift the economic embargo against Syria

http://www.new-humanity.org/en/news/for-new-humanity-ngo-the-time-for-peace-is-now/


News Announcement: we’re pleased to inform the public this is our second years participate on the World Breastfeeding Week However this year is our first year “Pledge” we have received our certificate and will continue to educate the important of Breastfeeding

https://www.facebook.com/events/865701833956990/?active_tab=discussion


BREAKING NEWS: We’re pleased to announce to the public that Junior League of Boca Raton’s diaper bank program has approved our applicaton for the program Maternal & Child Health. Our first diaper pick-up will be August 15, 2020 at Boca Raton Innovation Campus (BRiC) 4950 Communication Ave. Suite 300,Boca Raton, FL 33431

https://www.facebook.com/Maternal-Child-Health-107953290567456/?modal=admin_todo_tour


Civil Society Organizations have been rising to the #COVID19 challenges in small and large ways.

Accountability Lab International Federation of Hard of Hearing Young People (IFHOHYP) Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation, Inc.

Visit 👉 https://bit.ly/CSOresponseCOVID19 to read the highlights of their work during the pandemic.

#UNwithCivilSociety


Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc is inviting you to our first African Panelist World Environment Day Zoom Meeting that will be held June 5, 2020. The webinar is to learn how COVID-19 Affected our lives “One Nature and One Planet” this will be a great opportunity to learn how other NGOs are dealing of losing funds during the pandemic.

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8229982769

Meeting ID: 822 998 2769
One tap mobile
+13126266799,,8229982769# US (Chicago)
+16465588656,,8229982769# US (New York)


Dial by your location
+1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
+1 646 558 8656 US (New York)
+1 301 715 8592 US (Germantown)
+1 346 248 7799 US (Houston)
+1 669 900 9128 US (San Jose)
+1 253 215 8782 US (Tacoma)


Meeting ID: 822 998 2769
Find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kenkGSbg9Y


UNEP STATEMENT ON COVID-19

https://www.unenvironment.org/news-and-stories/statement/unep-statement-covid-19 COVID-19: Who is protecting the people with disabilities? – UN rights expert

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=25794&LangID=E Statement submitted by International Council on Social Welfare English … Statement submitted by Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc English.

https://www.un.org/development/desa/dspd/united-nations-commission-for-social-development-csocd-social-policy-and-development-division/csocd58/ngos-statements.html

Handbook on social participation for UHC

https://www.uhc2030.org/what-we-do/accountability/civil-society-consultation-on-handbook-on-social-participation-for-uhc/

Department of Health Palm Beach County World AIDs Day December 1
Saturday December 1st
Event: Walk Palm Beach – a 3-mile AIDS walk
Sponsoring Agency: Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation (HCRFF)
Date/Time: 12/1/18, 9 am – 12 pm
Location: The 3-mile walk will start at 600 W Blue Heron Blvd, Riviera Beach, FL 33404, and go from Riviera Beach City Hall, to Barack Obama Hwy, to Silver Beach Rd, to Broadway, to Blue Heron Blvd, and back to City Hall.
Features: Come out and walk with us on Saturday 12/1. Registration will open at 8 am. Enjoy food trucks, kid’s activities, blood drive, HIV testing, and other health services! Walk and raise money for a vital cause!
For more info: Pierrette Cazeau, HCRFF (561) 577-2698, www.walkpalmbeach.org
http://palmbeach.floridahealth.gov/newsroom/2018/11/world-aids-day.html 
 
World Lung Day 2019: Healthy Lungs For All
https://www.firsnet.org/index.php/news-and-events/news-article/132-world-lung-day 
 
National Public Health Week celebrated around nation: Health advocates hold hundreds of community events During National Public Health Week, the Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation visited a flea market in Riviera Beach, Florida, to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, stroke, autism and food safety. The organization made particular efforts to reach Haitian, black and Hispanic residents with information on HIV prevention, the signs of autism, how to prevent food contamination, and healthy eating and lifestyle tips.
http://thenationshealth.aphapublications.org/content/45/5/20#sec-7

Open Badge Passport
https://openbadgepassport.com/app/profile/21272

Giving Way
https://www.givingway.com/organization/haiti-cholera-research-funding-foundation-inc
 

During National Public Health Week, the Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation visited a flea market in Riviera Beach, Florida, to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, stroke, autism and food safety. The organization made particular efforts to reach Haitian, black and Hispanic residents with information on HIV prevention, the signs of autism, how to prevent food contamination, and healthy eating and lifestyle tips.
http://thenationshealth.aphapublications.org/content/45/5/20#sec-7


We’re informing the public that the President Pierrette J Cazeau is a member of the World Youth Forum.


Whoever You Are, Wherever You Are, Water Is Your Human Right.


World Oceans Day is a global day of ocean celebration and collaboration for a better future. 


First observed in 1995, NHTD is meant to encourage people to be aware of their HIV status so that they can take control of their health. This year’s theme, “Doing It My Way,” highlights how and why people make testing a part of their lives. The Palm Beach County Health Department joins community partners across the country to emphasize the importance of getting tested, knowing your status, and getting linked to care and treatment.


Need a Ride to your Medical appointment: Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc is Global Humanitarian 501 C 3 ECOSOC Special 2017 with a Consultative Status with United Nations Youth Observer to UNEP United Nations Major Group Stakeholders “CSO with accredited status with the Conference of the Parties to the UNCCD” UN Partnership Declaration. will provide free transportation for People Living with HIV/AIDS for their medical care in Palm Beach County . The program will launch November 18 to December 2020 also funded By Quantum Foundation.


BREAKING NEWS: We’re pleased to inform the public that we are few steps closer to be recognized in the Department of Education that will allow the foundation to expand our environment project to other schools. This opportunity will open doors to UNMGCY accredited to participate into our project in Haiti. Many thanks to our trustee that funded UNEA3 and a gratitude thanks to Vice-Mayor Kim Glas Castro and former Mayor Paul Castro for donating books and school supplies for our library.


Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc is a global, humanitarian, nonprofit organization 501 C 3 ECOSOC SP. 2017 UNEP Observer ; International Youth Federal Accredited Organization dedicated to saving lives and relieving suffering through health care training and relief and development programs. Established in 2013 by several doctors and physicians researchers’ experts, HCRFF is a private nonpolitical organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life through health interventions and related activities that build local capacity in underserved community’s worldwide (Africa, Asia, Caribbean). By conducting research also offering training and health care to minister of health and minister of environment to people at higher risk with the flexibility to respond rapidly to emergency situations with none communicate diseases such as Cholera, HIV/AIDS, Malaria, TB. Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc devastated health care systems and helps bring them back to self-reliance.


UNEP MGCY

Welcome to youthpolicy.org, the global evidence-base for youth policy!

Read More: http://www.youthpolicy.org/


Inputs to the Ministerial DeclarationThe next UN  Environment Assembly – world’s highest-level decision-making body on the environment – will meet in Nairobi on 11-15 March 2019 under the theme “Innovative solutions for environmental challenges and sustainable consumption and production”.

Read More: http://web.unep.org/environmentassembly/presidency-0


We’re proud to announce that we have granted accredited for United Nations Environment Assembly. This opportunity will bring change to our Environmental Health Related Diseases program. We will expand our platform to youth and children to learn about the environment.

The United Nations Environment Assembly is the world’s highest-level decision-making body on the environment. It addresses the critical environmental challenges facing the world today. Understanding these challenges and preserving and rehabilitating our environment is at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

Read More http://web.unep.org/environmentassembly/node/40734


Port Commissioner Katherine Waldron received the Humanitarian Award from the Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation and it’s founder Pierrette J Cazeau-Sabir (jackie) for her community work in general and specifically her efforts for Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands Storm relief efforts. Vice Mayor Lawrence Gordon, Senator Lori Berman, and Mayor Joel Flores also were recognized. Others there beside myself were Mayor Thomas A. Masters, Scott Holtz running for the Port, Jill Kravitz, Roselle Gibbs, Carol Porter, and many others. https://marmiekitty.smugmug.com/AUG17HAITIANEVENTWPB/i-3Jn8GHQ


Our partner @Connect4Climate is going to Venice! C4C announced that the world premiere of X-Ray Fashion, a journey about the impacts of the fashion industry on people and the environment, is part of the official #BiennaleCinema2018 #VeniceVR selection.

Directed by @FrancescoCarrozzini and created by #MANND, X-Ray Fashion is the winning concept out of Connect4Climate’s #Uniting4Climate #VR Pitch competition. Congrats to the production partners @VulcanProduction & @mannddk! @Labiennaledivenezia World Bank.


Pleasure to share with you all that the foundation has received their training certificate of achievement also our team in Haiti is launching our program to distribute IOM materials


NEW FLASH: We’re pleased to inform the public that we have received VIP treatment from the Port of Palm Beach Board Commissioners private security guard to lead our guess to our reserve parking space also full support from the Port of Palm Beach employees. Each of the speakers delivered a strong speech toward our foundation and the environment. The Vice-Mayor of Town of Haverhill Mr Lawrence Gordon made the announcement of his city to be engaged with the City of Carrefour “sister city”. All food were donated to Valley of Love Ministry to feed the Homeless. We need support to continue with our cause please donate online.

NEWS FLASH: WORLD OCEAN DAY “HEALTHY OCEANS, HEALTHY PLANET”
http://www.worldoceansday.org/events-current-year/world-ocean-day-healthy-oceans-healthy-planet-quot

NEWS FLASH: We’re Proud to announce that we are partner with Connect4Climate
https://www.connect4climate.org/

NEWS FLASH: We’re proud to announce that we are partner with New York Cares
https://www.newyorkcares.org/projects/walk-palm-beach-haiti-cholera-research-funding-foundation-inc

NEWS FLASH: Proud to announce that we are NGO Accredited with International Youth Federal
https://www.horyou.com/org/haiti-cholera-research-funding-foundation-inc/news/haiti-faces-environmentally-related-infectious-diseases-during-hurricane-season-1

NEWS FLASH: Proud to announce that we are supporters campaign for World Hepatitis Alliance
https://www.horyou.com/org/haiti-cholera-research-funding-foundation-inc/news/world-hepatitis-day

NEWS FLASH: A Great Thank you to the following stores that joined our event.Bravo Super Market, Ms. Jeanette Pena Lake Worth Fl,.Le Bon Gout Restaurant. Sponsor Florida Department of Health
https://www.horyou.com/org/haiti-cholera-research-funding-foundation-inc/news/national-hi-testing-day-doing-it-my-way-testing-for-hiv

NEWS FLASH: FARM SHARE with State Senator Bobby Powell Mayor Jeri Tuzzolino Muoio Rep Al Jacquet City Riviera Beach Councilwoman KaShamba Miller-Anderson
https://www.horyou.com/org/haiti-cholera-research-funding-foundation-inc/news/farm-share-with-state-senator-bobby-powell-mayor-jeri-tuzzolino-muoio-rep-al-jacquet-city-riviera-beach-councilwoman-kashamba-miller-anderson



January marks a year since we met in Vivl Michel, PAP, Haiti. You have been a blessing to the foundation because of you we were able to provide free health care to the clinic in Croix Des Bouquets and other places. Because of your contribution our application is in the process to be evaluated with one of the top International Public Health Organization (recruit medical professional to join us).Because of your contribution we will be able to submit our application to MSPP for our Public Health Clinic to serve Carrefour, & Aux Cayes, Haiti (recruit medical professionals). Dr. Linda Theodore we are grateful for all of your contribution toward our Public Health Clinic also thank you for guiding us.


Our President Pierrette J Cazeau Global Public Health Diplomat spoke about the shortage of medicine for People Living with HIV/AIDS in Puerto Rico & US Virgin Islands how the public could contribute to donate online #mhealthmyright www.palmbeachcountycares.com


HCRFF is pleased to share to the public; the foundation has obtained it D.U.N.S number.

September marks a year since the foundation has been provided free HIV services to the Haitian Community. Our services are pick-up med, doctors appt. translating lab results; serve as an advocate for co-payments; renewal health insurance; relocate/search for apartment; help with nutrition; linkage source for Ryan’s White. On behalf of the board we say thank you to our sponsors and supporters toward this services. Mayor Thomas A Masters, Florida Department of Health; Lawrence Gordon. We encourage the public to show support to continue providing these services by click on the link to donate online. Once again thank you all.


We are pleased to inform the public Mr Blonsky Balatien our PrEP Educator Coordinator was nominated for the Distinguished Alumni Award by the New Leaders Council West Palm Beach


National Public Health Week celebrated around nation: Health advocates hold hundreds of community events

Health advocates submitted details of their NPHW events to The Nation’s Health in April, an alphabetical summary of which follows.

With a theme of “Healthiest Nation 2030,” this year’s National Public Health Week, April 6-12, attracted the support and participation of communities nationwide and celebrated the 20th anniversary of the annual observance.  Read more


PLEASE: Read our Chair Dr. Godspower

The hand of the diligent shall rule!

My joy knew no bounds on my successful completion of a procedure I once thought was cavier to the generals.

Now, the seemingly difficult and yet common-place procedure in O&G called caeserean section is now cake walk.

Back in the days when I saw it being done for the first time, the sight of strong men tugging at each other with the anterior layers of the abdominal wall of a woman drapped in supine position, clenched snugly in the palms of the surgeons was very dreadful.

This is an experience I can’t forget in a hurry; that I saved the life of a teenager who presented with hand prolapse + intrauterine fetal death.

Thanks to all my teachers, in particular to Dr. Ogunyele Tirimidhi



Introducing Safi-Safe WATER DROPS to Women’s Empowerment Forum at Palm Beach State College that was held December 2, 2014 We are asked to a do a presentation at Clicking Inc on the 28th of January 2015


This project aims to eradicate the awareness of measles and rubella in Africa Benin and Liberia. Please helps Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc to create a platform in Benin and Liberia http://www.measlesrubellainitiative.org/


We are pleased to announce that we were invited to a dinner and a meeting to discuss early dementia related to cholera. Our goal is to bring depression awareness to Haiti also to have Haiti on the map for INTERNATIONAL DETOX TREATMENT


Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation, Inc. attended the Second WHO Global Forum on Medical Devices held in Geneva, Switzerland from 22 to 24 November 2013. https://eu4-bc.4pax.com/mypage


Haiti Cholera Research Funding Foundation Inc presented at The 16th International Congress on Infectious Diseases that was held in Cape Town, South Africa on 2-5 April 2014 

Earthquake in Haiti creates cholera epidemic disease and potential economic disaster: why it is not curable?

http://f1000.com/posters/browse/summary/1095149