S: Seasons of Change
BC: Thank you. *End*
FC: of change | ONEXONE HOPE BELONGS TO EVERYONE
1: A Year in Review | Global citizen means the people from all over the world. Global citizenship is both a moral and ethical disposition which might guide an individual or groups, understanding of local and global contexts and their responsibilities within different communities.
2: ONEXONE'S mission is to improve the lives of children in Canada, the USA and around the World with programs dedicated to five fundamental pillars: water, health, education, play and food. ONEXONE was founded on the principles that every single life is infinitely precious and that each person can make a profound difference in someone else's life one by one. ONEXONE works closely in partnership with carefully selected local organizations on the ground in each area of focus around the globe. Together with these partner organizations we implement and operate a variety of charitable programs and initiative that align with our ultimate goal to alleviate suffering and preserve the lives of children the world over.
3: The more you laugh the longer you live | ONEXONE works with a variety of important health care initiative, and currently at the forefront is the development of a new program to provide much-needed patient care and physician training in pediatric cardiology in Rwanda. | ONEXONE'S vision is to create a Heart Institute in Rwanda which will serve affected and impoverished children across eastern Africa.
4: Spring is Here | ONEXONE is also working aggressively on health care programs in Haiti, where almost a quarter of Haiti's children suffer from chronic malnutrition.
5: Every year, more than 10 million children in developing countries die before reaching their fifth birthday of these deaths, 7 million are caused by one or more of five common and | eminently preventable conditions, Pneumonia, diarrhea, malaria, measles, and malnutrition. To put it bluntly, every day almost 20,000 children die not so much from disease as from callous complancency
6: is in the air... | killed by conditions that could be prevented or cured with simple, affordable remedies, vaccinations, bed-nets, food, clean drinking water and antibodies.
8: Health is one of the most important components in our life. The biggest asset we can have in life therefore is health. Health care is normally defined as the management or treatment of any health problem through the services that might be offered by medicine, nursing, dental or any other related service. When we talk about the care of health, we are talking of all goods and services that are produced to improve on our health,they may be curative, preventative or even palliative solution.
9: "I hope you always have a shell in your pocket...and sand in your shoes."
10: People in poor countries tend to have less access to health services than those in better-off countries, and within countries, the poor have less access to health services .
11: Day at the Beach | Health care is very much related to the children health. So as a child care educator I view health care inseparable part of childcare. Children health is very vernalable. They easily become sick. Childcare educators play an important role to prevent them by washing their hands, timely diapering the children.
12: My suggestions is to expansion of ONEXONE wings to Asians countries like Bangladesh, India, Pakistan. We want to make the World free of disease and healthy.
13: Lasting Memories...
14: "An open home, an open heart, here grows a bountiful harvest." - Judy Hand | Bibliography | www.ONExONe.com | http://www.google.ca/search?tbm=isch&hl=en&source=hp&biw=1024&bih=677&q=healthcare+images&gbv=2&oq=healthca http://www.google.ca/search?tbm=isch&hl=en&source=hp&biw=1024&bih=677&q=healthcare+images&gbv=2&oq=healthca http://www.google.ca/imgres?q=image+of+healthcare+in+haiti&hl=en&safe=off&gbv=2&biw=1024&bih=634&tbm=isch&tbn http://www.google.ca/search?tbm=isch&hl=en&source=hp&biw=1012&bih=611&q=global+citizen&gbv=2&oq=globalcitizen | "An open home, an open heart, here grows a bountiful harvest." - Judy Hand