Experience & Projects

South Africa is home to the largest number of people living with HIV in the world. Nearly 1,000 Africans die every day as a result of AIDS, leaving millions of children orphaned and alone.   
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As part of Moldova’s efforts to join the European Union, the country is working to reduce the number of children placed in antiquated orphanages and build more family-type homes.           
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When Hurricane Ike hit the Texas coast, the State of Texas tapped BCFS Emergency Management Division to command the health & medical branch of the state’s re-entry Task Force.
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BCFS Emergency Management Division developed FEMA’s Guidance on Planning for Integration of Functional Needs Support Services in General Population Shelters.
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BCFS medical staff at one of our residential facilities for disabled adults transformed the health and lives of residents over the past few years.
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BCFS EMD coordinated the sheltering of more than 450 women and children from the Yearning for Zion Ranch for over four weeks.
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Within 18 months of leaving foster care, half of youth become homeless. Over half the young adults leaving juvenile justice institutions suffer from mental illness or substance abuse.
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