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Brazil Learns That Every US$ 0.43 Invested in Sanitation Saves US$ 2.20 in Health Costs

By investing approximately US$ 305 million, Brazil’s National Health Foundation (FUNASA) hopes to improve ...

Brazilian Indians Take Over National Health Foundation Building in Protest

As a means to protest against the precarious indigenous health care being provided in ...

Brazilian Indian Chidren Get Vitamin A in Effort to Reduce Infant Mortality

Brazil’s National Health Foundation (Funasa) will begin giving some 10,000 Indian children in Xavantes ...

Indians from 9 States Repudiate Brazil’s Indian Foundation

The 6th Meeting of Brazil’s Association of Indigenous Peoples of the Northeast, Minas Gerais ...

Brazilian Indians Get US$ 2.8 Million for Health Care

Health care will be reinforced for Indians who live in eleven Brazilian states. The ...

Brazil’s Program to Improve Indians’ Diet

The National Health Foundation (Funasa) will spend money in 2005 on projects by the ...

20 Indian Tribes Get an Audience in Brazil’s Capital

About 60 indigenous people attended an audience with representatives of Funai, Incra, Funasa, Ibama, ...

Brazilian Indians Unite and Get Organized

Brazil’s Indigenous leaders in the states of Pará and Amapá evaluated the indigenous movement ...

Malaria and Malnutrition Plague Brazilian Indians

Infant mortality among Brazilian Indians has fallen 17% since the beginning of the year, ...