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Partnering with the Catholic Medical Mission Board, CHAI is conducting a Leprosy Programme in Bihar, Chattisgarh, Jharkand, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Orissa and Andhra Pradesh.
Caption: --Courtesy of Catholic Medical Mission Board
The Catholic Medical Mission Board is one of the largest not-for-profits based in New York City.
In fiscal year 2012, the Catholic Medical Mission Board served more than 120,000 clients in 120 countries.
The Catholic Medical Mission Board has a good reputation in Haiti, Jean-Francois said.
"Part of our strategic plan was to focus more on donations from the pharmaceutical industry," said Thomas Gray, chief Financial officer for Catholic Medical Mission Board. The lion's share of the $45-million increase in public support was directly attributable, he said, to support from the pharmaceutical industry, helping the New York City-based nonprofit crack $200 million in total revenue.
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The enormity of the AIDS pandemic loomed over the celebrations for the 75th anniversary of the Catholic Medical Mission Board, the leading U.S.-based Catholic charity dealing exclusively with global health care.
The Catholic Medical Mission Board was founded in 1928 by Dr.
Tlhagale and Dowling traveled to New York in February to meet with the Catholic Medical Mission Board, which has announced the earmarking of 25 percent of its special health care projects budget over the next five years for the Southern African Bishops Conference.
THE CATHOLIC MEDICAL MISSION BOARD is sending $10,000 for supplies and medication to the Monze District in Zambia for what officials in Zambia say is an outbreak of cholera.
Officials of the Catholic Medical Mission Board said that over a recent 11-month period the agency was forced to refuse $27 million worth of donated drugs because of a WHO guideline requiring such medicines to have a remaining shelf life of at least one year when they arrive in a country.
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