Learn more about Saúde Criança! Read what has been said about the organization in various articles and publications.
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"(...) Yet if Brazilians want to donate to health nonprofits such as the award-winning Saúde Criança (Child Health), voted for the fourth consecutive year Latin America’s most effective nongovernmental organization, they get no tax rebate." Lúcia Guimarães. She is a New York-based columnist and correspondent with newspaper O Estado de São Paulo
Dr. Pritpal S Tamber
Exploring health beyond health Care
Georgetown University’s study on the the middle and long term positive impact of Saúde Criança on the lives of the families it benefits is the subject of an article in the New York Times today. Take a look at the article: “Helping Brazil’s Poor Heal at Home” by David Bornstein.
Researchers from Georgetown University Daniel Ortega Nieto, James Habyarimana and Jennifer Tobin, released in 2013 the results of a study that proves the positive middle and long term impact Saúde Criança has on the quality of life of the families it benefits.