Donors Matter to HM Radio:  All our services (research, development, production, entertainment and information distribution) are free of charge to the public. Only with your support can we continue to offer those services to our communities and listeners. Every dollar counts! Please make your gift today to keep HM Radio alive and thriving. For the past 5 years, HM Radio, Inc. has been contributing to the overall reduction of the HIV infection among French and Haitian Creole speaker communities in New York City through its weekly HIV preventive talk show STOP SIDA.  Learn more about this project, click on the link below.  The radio helps many listeners to understand the importance of major decisions taken by the Haitian government and/or the international community vis-à-vis Haiti that are affecting or will likely to affect their well-beings through specific designed broadcasts in Haitian Creole and French such as A Propos, Dialogue and Diagnostics.    Education, Entertainment, Prevention 
Please help us save our HIV-AIDS talkshow (STOP SIDA), click on the link below to make a donation. Download HM Radio iOS and Android App Education.  Entertainment.  Prevention Cliquez <a href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.primcast.hmradio"> ICI</a> pour Android et Cliquez <a href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/haimusic/id947555960?ls=1&mt=8?"> ICI</a> pour iOS © 2016 HM Radio, Inc.  We are a 501(c)3 institution decated to public education through sustainable media contents. The radio helps many listeners to understand the importance of major decisions taken by the Haitian government and/or the international community vis-à-vis Haiti that are affecting or will likely to affect their well-beings through specific designed broadcasts in Haitian Creole and French such as A Propos, Dialogue and Diagnostics. Only with your support can we continue to offer those services to our communities and listeners. Every dollar counts!   Please make your gift today to keep HM Radio, Inc. alive and thriving. LIVE on ZENO
ECOUTEZ HAIMUSIQUE You can support us via Paypal throughout the year This fund will help us maintain our servers, pay for our broadcast productions and allow our volunteers to continue sharing our preventive message of HIV-AIDS within the Haitian immigrant community in New York City.
Fall injuries and fatalities in the construction industry in the U.S.:  Construction injuries and fatalities due to falls have increased from 2013 (13 per 100,000) to 2014 (14.2 per 100,000). This increase was attributed to falls to a lower level where, in many cases, the safety protocol mandated by the law was either absent or inappropriate.  Latino workers are the most vulnerable to fall injuries and fatalities in both residential and commercial construction sites.   The construction industry in the United States is very hazardous.  According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there are approximately 9 million people who work at about 252,000 construction sites across the nation every day, among whom, 27.3% are Hispanic/Latino and 5.9% African American; women represent 8.9% of the construction workforce (1).  The rate of fatal injuries related to construction work is higher than the national average for all industries. In the United States, in 2014, there were 874 fatalities in that industry (9.5 per 100,000 workers), which represents about 19% .....  A B LIVE on ZENO
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