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Home-Based Intervention Aims to Curb Childhood Tooth Decay and Obesity in the Bronx

Alison Karasz, Ph.D. Community Health Workers Will Collaborate with South Asian Moms to Prevent Prevalent Childhood Diseases July 11, 2016—(BRONX, NY)—More than one-third of Bronx residents are born outside of the United States. [...]

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A Health Worker Speaks

This speech was presented at a community event back in 2010. A Sapna NYC health worker spoke from her heart about our participatory research project, Bondhu, that led to the development of the ASHA Depression Treatment program. The original Bondhu Team is shown above. [...]

Participatory Research

At Sapna NYC, Participatory Research is our raison d’etre and shapes everything we do. Yes, we’re pretty passionate about participatory research. And you should be too!

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