Outreach programs

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  • Marketing and outreach to children have many similar characteristics.To perform each successfully, your library needs to have a specific plan of implementation that includes who you want to reach, why you should target that group, where the population will be served, what you will market, and when the effort will be implemented. There are many books on library and nonprofit marketing techniques as well as separate titles on outreach to youth. This book supposes that marketing and outreach are intertwined and should be pursued as such.

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  • The Black Women in Sport Foundation was founded in 1992 by Tina Sloan Green, Alpha Alexander, Nikki Franke, and Linda Greene as a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing the involvement of Black women and girls in all aspects of sport, including athletics, coaching and administration. The Foundation is resolute in facilitating the involvement of women of color in every aspect of sport in the United States and around the world, through the "hands-on" development and management of grass roots level outreach programs....

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  • When I began my professional career at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln in 1979, I intended to direct my research and outreach program at the emerging field of climate impact science. It was fortuitous that a large portion of the United States, including the Great Plains, Upper Midwest, and Pacific Northwest, had recently come out of an intense but somewhat short-lived drought during 1976-1977.

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  • Estuarine Research, Monitoring, and Resource Protection is principally designed as a reference volume for estuarine and watershed scientists, resource managers, decision makers, and other professionals who deal with coastal zone issues. Information contained in this volume will be useful to individuals conducting either basic or applied research on estuaries. It will also be valuable to administrators engaged in coastal resource management programs.

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  • Financial incentives are an important tool that can help individuals and businesses overcome the barrier of high initial equipment costs for these technologies. But, to be effective, these incentives should be considered as one component in a comprehensive approach to creating a sustainable market.

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  • Tuyển tập báo cáo các nghiên cứu khoa học quốc tế ngành y học dành cho các bạn tham khảo đề tài: Needle and syringe sharing practices of injecting drug users participating in an outreach HIV prevention program in Tehran, Iran: A cross-sectional study

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  • Charities and Congregations Are Ready and Willing. We asked respondents how many additional volunteers their organization could absorb and utilize effectively, given their present capacity to manage or work with volunteers and given unlimited availability of volunteers. Fully 91 percent of charities and 96 percent of congregational social service outreach programs said they could currently take on at least some additional volunteers at present capacity. Demand for Volunteers among Charities Is High.

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  • Volunteers Provide Substantial Benefits to Charities and Congregations. In 2003, approximately 63.8 million Americans volunteered in or through an organization, while thousands of charities and congregational social service programs engaged and managed these volunteers. Charities and congregations report that these volunteers are important to their operations, and that volunteers do a good job in providing services.

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  • So what does this mean for outreach? Diseases and chronic conditions that are prevalent in white, middle class populations are sometimes even more common among non-white, low income communities. Disparities in wealth are often paralleled by disparities in health. The need for advocacy, support and information services that are offered by patient support organizations like yours is likely to be greatest in the very communities that such organizations find hard to reach. An important note: Disparities in health among communities are not always negative ones.

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  • There are three key steps to successful outreach. The first step is to gather background information about the community you’d like to work with, and assess your own organization. Second, you establish contacts and develop relationships with community members and organizations. Finally, you plan and implement an outreach program. Obvious? Unfortunately not.

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  • Congregations Manage Volunteers in Social Outreach. We learned that an estimated 83 percent of the nation’s 380,000 congregations have some kind of social service, community development, or neighborhood organizing project. Although most congregations have social service outreach programs, most are involved as partners or sponsors and therefore do not manage volunteers themselves. However, one in three congregations— an estimated 129,000 such organizations—have responsibility for managing volunteers in social service outreach activities.

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  • Under the base enrollment scenario, the ACA is predicted to result in an additional 900,000 individuals enrolling in Medi-Cal by 2014, increasing to 1.2 million by 2019. is includes an estimated 500,000 individuals predicted to be enrolled in county Low-Income Health Programs who will be automatically enrolled in Medi-Cal in 2014.12 Under the enhanced scenario, with a more aggressive enrollment and outreach strategy, additional Medi-Cal enrollment would reach 1.4 million by 2014 and 1.6 million by 2019.

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  • The Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics is an independent entity established in partnership with Business Roundtable—an association of chief executive officers of leading corporations with a combined workforce of more than 10 million employees and $4 trillion in annual revenues—and leading academics from America’s best business schools.

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  • The Returns Processing and Accounts Services unit reviews activities related to the preparation and processing of tax returns and the issuing of refunds to taxpayers. This includes customer service activities, outreach efforts, tax law implementation, taxpayer assistance, notices, submission processing, and upfront compliance such as the Frivolous Returns Program and the Criminal Investigation Questionable Refund Program.

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  • In the development of capital markets, prospective borrowers could be sourced through participating banks (an outreach marketing component of a given intervention), but final credit analyses, loan terms, collateral requirements, documentation, and funding decisions would be made by the program implementers. Once a pool of loans was completed (for example $2 – $5 million), the portfolio would be securitized and sold (to the banks) to the highest bidder on the capital market.

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  • The position’s major responsibility is to plan and implement programmes and strategies to assist DIT in achieving its goals through fundraising and other outreach efforts designed to enhance the DIT’s position as a leading third level academic and research institution.

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  • To engage communities, particularly environmental justice communities, communities in a dialog about the development of this rulemaking early in the process Part of EPA’s overall outreach strategy to stakeholders Builds on EPA’s earlier Clean Air Act 101 webinar for EPA s communities Rulemaking combines several regulatory programs including programs that look at risk and those that don’t ► ► .

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  • e Affordable Care Act (ACA) will significantly expand access to affordable health coverage in California starting in 2014. Californians with the lowest incomes will have access to coverage under the expansion of Medi-Cal, while millions of low- and middle-income families will be eligible for subsidies through the California Health Benefit Exchange (the Exchange). Demand for health insurance in the state will also increase as a result of the minimum coverage requirement.

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  • Tax credits, if combined with outreach and education efforts and other complementary incentives (such as net metering), can also help drive the market for renewables. Clearly, states cannot expect any one of these incentives by itself to remove all the barriers to renewable energy technology development. This study provides some potent examples of program design and implementation elements that have enhanced and limited program effectiveness.

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  • Indonesia has received GFATM grants since 2003 with 17 grants worth $500 million across the three diseases. Grants have been awarded to the MOH, National AIDS Commission and civil society partners. Grants to the MOH are used to procure all ARVs and many of the ACTs and MDR-TB treatment regimens in Indonesia.

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