Sowing the Seeds From Alabama to Brazil

Laura Bruck
Published: Tuesday, Mar 29, 2011
Brazilian flagLike the Deep South Network for Cancer Control, the “Sowing the Seeds of Health” program relies on community health advisors to spread the word about cancer prevention and early detection. In this case, those “sowing the seeds” and reaping the benefits are residents of Alabama’s underserved Latino communities. And, in the interest of establishing trust in the immigrant community, the volunteers for this initiative were found at local churches (where community volunteers before the Sowing the Seeds program were found), and serve as the decision makers regarding the most effective ways to disseminate information in their communities.
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