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Tearfund Partner visits Northern Ireland : Your personal invitation to hear stories of transformation.

This year we are delighted that Dr Mathew Mulavelil, Managing Director of Duncan Hospital, Raxaul, part of the Emmanuel Hospital Association network, will be the keynote speaker at the annual Tearfund business breakfast and healthcare events.


The business breakfast event

The Business of Health: How sound business principles are creating healthier communities in India.

7.30am- 9.00am @ Stormont Hotel, Belfast

Tuesday 9th November 2010

Tickets £15 payable at the door.

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The healthcare event 

Why bother?  How can communities experience transformational healthcare?- an Indian case study 

8.00pm- 9.30pm@  NI Water Training Centre

Monday, 8th November, 2010

16 Milltown Road, Antrim 

Tea and coffee available from 7.30pm and after event

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To book your place for these events and the Church Leader events call 07799076691 or email ir@tearfund.org 

Dr Mathew will highlight stories of how lives are transformed through enabling innovative micro-enterprise schemes and community health strategies in rural India. He will share from his broad experience of dealing with the challenges if managing the hospital and overseeing the setting up of dental departments in 14 of the EHA hospitals.

Emmanuel Hospital Association (EHA) is a large, non- profit healthcare provider in India, with a network of 20 hospitals and 30 community based projects spread across 14 states.  The comprehensive health services integrate community-level engagement to address the health priorities of the poor and marginalised people.  Last year over 1.5 million people benefited from their projects.


Please share this invitation with others who may be interested.

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