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David Hunt 10 Jun 16
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Every Shelter Nov 9
Every Shelter is going to ! We look forward to connecting with current partners and meeting new ones as we seek better ways to serve displaced people together.
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Emma Collyer 13 Nov 15
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RustyG 27 Jun 15
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Every Shelter Jun 13
FRIENDS. World Refugee Day is one week away. Take this opportunity to stand and give to an organization with impact! Read about it here: Impact - Countdown to World Refugee Day -
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Jenny Shaw Jun 8
Thank you to everyone that looked after me whilst I was in hospital, I was very lucky to receive such kind and person centred care, with dignity and respect shown to me.
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Every Shelter Nov 4
INTRODUCING EVERY SHELTER: A team of architects and humanitarians joining forces to help displaced communities advance from surviving to thriving.
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Emma Wood Dec 19
The work family 🎄🎄🎅🎅 westernsussexhospitals @ St Richard's Hospital
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Melissa Francis FEPPA FInstAM 26 Apr 17
A big thank you from me and to the amazing on the looking after Mum. 🌟
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Mike Iacovone 26 May 15
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maggie davies RN DCP 23 Nov 16
Good luck &@davidceh08 & all team of the amazing putting
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Jane Evans May 2
Great to see the bold development of an ambulatory services wing at Northumbria Healthcare NHS FT cost of £23M but savings of £10M per year to the system
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Sunscious 17 Jun 15
Cause providing a safe ground is the base for a healthy and dignified life
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Every Shelter May 27
Monsoon season is quickly approaching in Bangladesh. This donation of Emergency Floor, funded by supporters like YOU, has arrived just in time to keep 250 Rohingya refugee households clean and dry.
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Every Shelter Feb 28
”Co-creation is scary and humbling because it doesn’t always align with “conventional” logic. But, it does make room for the human spirit to triumph — and that is always sustainable.”
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Jon Erickson 15 Jun 15
JBU alum turned Rice architect inventing a scalable alt to dirt floors for refugees
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maggie davies RN DCP Jun 6
Replying to @westernsussex
Thank you for you lovely kind words for our staff on the - and thank you for all you have done
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Mark Waldrop 15 Jun 15
Because no family should live in the dirt.
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maggie davies RN DCP Sep 7
Well done to the hard working and amazing &E and teams & Hospitals - great feedback from our engagement event today . Super Proud of our brilliant teams
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Jenny Shaw Jun 5
Fantastic outcome for a patient on the Emergency Floor, great example of collaborative multi-disciplinary working 😀
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