ORGDH is a non-government organization dedicated to assisting the needy through its elaborate health, community development, and education programs. ORGDH was formed in 2006 to enhance knowledge diffusion and improve people's health by contributing to the community's socio-economic development. Over the past decade, ORGDH has been striving to develop the best education, health, and community development programs to help the most significant number of needy individuals/families worldwide. Some of the programs include occupational therapy, adult literacy, as well as mentor programs. Since 2006, ORGDH has served as a relief to thousands of people. Through our programs, we are striving to reach as many people worldwide as possible.
ORGDH sponsors several elementary, middle, and High School students for achieving student success through tutoring programs.
ORGDH supports NCLEX Review program to
ORGDH is working as a Social Development Organization registered with the Internal Revenue Services as a 501(c)3 organization. The Board of Directors appoints the office-bearers of ORGDH. It is headed by the Chairman, whose job is to look after the organization's general administration. Then, a Chief Organizer looks over the organizational matters, organizes activities and projects, and does the fundraising for the organization. Then comes the Treasurer, who, along with the Chairman ORGDH, looks over the organization's financial matters.
ORGDH enhances the diffusion of knowledge and the distribution of health resources to disadvantaged individuals around the world by contributing to the socio-economic development of communities.
Ing. Samuel Nelson, President - Founder ORGDH
Mr. Gardy Jean Giles, Vice President - Founder ORGDH
Dr. Claire Lourdes Casseus, Secretaire - Founder ORGDH
Me. Henry Nelson, Treasurer - Founder ORGDH
Organization for Development and Health implements social initiatives that meet the needs of populations.
Participation of the people to return to the power of initiative,
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