Organizacion Juventud Ecuatoriana


Organizacion Juventud Ecuatoriana (JUVE)  is a New York City non-for-profit organization that channels, promotes and facilitates the development of Ecuadorians in the Tri-state area.  JUVE has worked with the Ecuadorian and Latin American communities in projects for personal and professional growth through better education and the ability to act as a community.  The organization’s flagship program is the Ecuadorian Scholars Fund (ESF), which inspires young Ecuadorians to pursue a college degree.

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Slide1EmblemHealth is a Healthcare organization that offers healthcare products and services to predominately New York customers.  They serve approximately 3.4 million people and are dedicated to provide access to affordable, quality health coverage, in ways that respect and respond to people’s fundamental needs.   EmblemHealth’s social mission is to provide access to affordable, quality health coverage in ways that respect and respond to people’s fundamental needs.

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Hispanic Federation

Logo Hispanic FederationThe Hispanic Federation is a service-oriented membership organization that works with over 90 Latino health and human services agencies to promote the social, political and economic well-being of the Latino community. The Federation’s member agencies work in the areas of education, health, elderly services, child care, HIV/AIDS, housing, immigrant services, arts and culture, and economic development. Each year, these agencies serve millions of the northeast region’s most underprivileged and vulnerable Latinos. The Hispanic Federation’s mission is to serve the community by building and supporting Latino institutions.

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Enrolling Uninsured Latinos Through Digital Media


Grupo Parada in collaboration with AHHE, Google, and the New York State of Health put together one of the most relevant and interactive events in New York City regarding Hispanics and the Affordable Care Act — The US Hispanic Market: Enrolling Uninsured Latinos Through Digital Media. At this event, experts in the field of marketing and healthcare presented the latest data on the Hispanic population in the United States, Hispanic digital trends, and their healthcare needs.

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World Health Organization

World Health Organization


Before the 1980’s, to think of health meant to think of the absence of illness. In 1986, through the World Health Organization – WHO, The Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion took place in Canada. This Charter introduced the idea of health promotion and prevention; stating that health is not only a result of medical practice but that it starts and is dependent on other social conditions such as shelter, education, peace, food, etc.

This new definition of health was put into practice when Peru was hit with a cholera epidemic at the beginning of the 90’s and lasted for several years. When the epidemic began, the country was not ready for a response that would drive to prevention and ultimately end the epidemic.

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The Binational Health Week (BHW)

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The Binational Health Week (BHW) is the largest mobilization efforts in the Americas to improve the health and well-being of the underserved Latino population living in the United States. During BHW, federal, state and local government agencies, community-based organizations and thousands of volunteers come together in the month of October to conduct a series of health promotion and health education activities including workshops, insurance referrals, vaccinations and medical screenings.

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The Ecuadorian Debate



In February 2013, in preparation for the Ecuadorian congressional election regiónQ Magazine along with community organizations ProgresoEC and the Ecuadorian Initiative came together to organize a debate featuring the candidates for the Ecuadorian Congress.

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  • Emblem Health



  • Portada Online Magazine


  • Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation


  • Association of Hispanic Healthcare Executives

  • Latin Trends


  • National Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Health


  • Hispanic Educational Technology Services

  • Acacia Network


  • Janus University


  • Universidad Israel


  • JUVE



  • Hispanic Federation



  • Ackerman



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