Stories and Highlights

Take a closer look at the power of partnerships that bring together resources, people and ideas to help keep America, and the world, healthy, safe and secure.

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New York Organization Shines Light on Homelessness and COVID-19
People experiencing homelessness often face significant health challenges that can increase the risk of infection, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19.
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How Arkansas Helped Protect Pacific Island Communities from COVID-19
While Arkansas may not immediately be associated with tropical Pacific Islands, it is home to more than 10,000 people from the Republic of the Marshall Islands (RMI) who moved to Arkansas to find jobs and settle down. 
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Through Conversation, Community Finds Comfort and Clarity
Constantina Mizis, founder, president and CEO of the Latino Alzheimer’s and Memory Disorders Alliance (LAMDA), lost her father to COVID-19 in November 2020. “He only needed four more months, four more months to live, and he would have received a vaccine,” Mizis said. “He did not have the opportunity to choose life."
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Neighbors, Friends and Delaware Leaders Join the Party for Fiesta Latina
Relationships are key to the success of any organization, and Maria Matos, president and CEO of the Latin American Community Center (LACC) in Wilmington, Delaware has forged lasting partnerships on every level of local government.
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Trusted Voices to Promote Vaccination: Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln
Partnership for a Healthy Lincoln (PHL), in Lincoln, Nebraska, knew that in order to promote vaccination to COVID-19 to racial and ethnic minority communities and help them overcome vaccine hesitancy, the message needed to come from well-known, respected, and trusted members of their communities.
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Meeting People Where They Are: ASIA Ohio
In the spring of 2021, when recommendations for COVID-19 vaccination were expanded beyond higher risk populations, many eligible adults in Ohio tried to get their COVID-19 vaccine as soon as they were available to them. However, many others facing language barriers and other challenges were not getting vaccinated as quickly.
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During Black History Month, Providing Life-Saving Vaccines for Communities of Color
Partnership is at the heart of much of the work that the nonprofit Gwinnett Coalition does to address the needs of residents in Gwinnett County, located in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia.
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Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, Inc.
Korean immigrants and the wider Asian community faced significant communication obstacles when New York City began administering COVID-19 vaccines in the spring of 2021. Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York (KCS) stepped in to help bridge these gaps.
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Funding The Vaccine Equity Project
To solve problems facing individual communities, community-level outreach and collaboration are key. They are also the foundational principles for the Partnering for Vaccine Equity program, which supports more than 500 organizations in a shared effort to increase vaccine confidence and uptake via influential messengers. 
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