USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is providing $10.9 million in technical and financial assistance to help farmers in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to repair damage and rebuild. This investment through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, a Farm Bill conservation program, is one more option available through USDA to aid with recovery.
Since the loss of President Obama and Gun Violence in America, the American People has been deceived by borrowed DNA records and healthcare experiments today. Largest Health Care Fraud Enforcement Action in Department of Justice History reveals that doctors, registered nurses, and pharmacists have lied to the public and violence public trust under their professional oaths. Taxpayers beware!
Celebrity Chef Nikki Shaw of Today's Flavor, Food Network presents the latest dishes to the Circle of Sister's audience along with Celebrity Guest Chef Pat Neely. With no-cost and low-cost healthcare options today, choosing a plan is more focused when Celebrities can offer choices in the Black vision of healthcare de factos.
AARP is proud to be a Title Sponsor of the 2016 Circle of Sisters located at the Jacob Javits Center in NYC. As part of the celebration of Black Health today, AARP is offering a $5.00 discount on your entry tickets at the Expo if you present your AARP membership card on the day of the event. This discount is not available for online ticket purchases.
Tens of thousands of hourly workers in New York City lack predictable, stable and transparent work hours due to lack of education, family care, or work overload secured by a second job. As a result of absent fair scheduling, planning days and months for New York working families is impossible and Mayor de Blasio is calling for additional compensation to address the unscheduled hours caused by "clopenings."
Mayor Ras J. Baraka and Director of Health and Community Wellness Dr. Hanaa Hamdi announced that the City of Newark worked to diligently to offer comprehensive services for the City's transient population before Blizzard 2016. In a public-private collaboration which offered amenities and shelter to 370 homeless men and women, 300 transients have received services since the beginning of the storm. The City partnered with private agencies to care for residents at risk.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced an aggressive action plan to assist the Puerto Rican government during their debt crisis as it relates to health care and the Puerto Rican economy. A solidarity delegation from New York met at the University of Puerto Rico's Medical Sciences Campus in San Juan in front of 400 medical students and local residents to discuss a plan.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced that he will address delegates in the Puerto Rican Healthcare crisis along with other New York officials. The Puerto Rican governments are currently undergoing a major healthcare crisis that has affected their economy by challenging Washington, D.C. to act at once! An invitation by Puerto Rican Governor, Alejandro Garcia Padilla was extended for 9/8/2015.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announce that New York State will receive $3.75 million dollars in grant monies over the next five years from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This grant will enhance treatment and aid in the prevention of stroke. This grant is important because stroke remains the fourth leading cause of death in New York with 6,000 deaths to date yearly.