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N'Djamena Soccer Tournament - Sport for Healthy Living!

For the first time ever in N’Djamena this year, the Blue Cross Chad’s high school soccer tournament included a girls team – with seven participating schools!. Both finals took place on Saturday 11 April and were in attendance by more than 600 people. The girl’s final was won by Lycée Moderne de Djougoulié - the newest school to participate in the Blue Cross... read more

Prime Minister Erna Solberg of Norway Attends the Opening of the Blue Cross Treatment Center Slemdal

On the 27th of January, 2015, the Prime Minister of Norway, Erna Solberg, joined the Blue Cross of Norway at the official opening ceremony of a new treatment center in the Slemdal neighborhood of Oslo. General Secretary of BC Norway, Jan Elverum, said that “In recent years, the Blue Cross (Norway) has been forced to downsize treatment. We now see a new development, which is very... read more

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How can we influence alcohol policy?

23 March 2015 - There are Christian organisations and churches around the world and Christians are involved in all sectors of society with a variety of jobs, roles and positions. WHO has given a mandate to all bodies, even those without a stake, to work towards reducing alcohol related harm. With our networks we are powerful when we work together and understand the challenge. What is the challenge? There are many challenges. Europeans drink more alcohol per capita than anybody else in the world. (11 litres per capita). Working days lost due to alcohol, accidents and harm to others due to alcohol are at the top part of the list. Did you realise that... Read more

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