How a tuberculosis case worker earns the trust of strangers.
MultCo Global News
When I was taking pictures, it didn’t even feel like work. I was having fun with the camera, and learning.
Hla Wah left her family in a Thai refugee camp at the age of 18 dreaming of a better life. What she found in Portland was far from what she hoped. But in some ways, so much better.
“What I’ve seen these girls do, just in terms of their confidence,” one SummerWorks supervisor says, “It wouldn’t have been possible without this summer."
Un programa piloto, proporciona productos cultivados localmente a clientes del Centro de Salud de Mid County (Mid County Health Center).
The sixth annual Portland World Cup brought together more than 30 teams with players from around the world who spoke more than 30 languages.
Cooking Matters Para Todos builds community, teaches participants new recipes and sends them home with a bag of ingredients.
A pilot program launched this summer brings locally-grown produce from Zenger Farm to Mid County Health Center clients.
Ayan Ahmed, an aspiring fashion designer, is a SummerWorks intern with the Multnomah County Records Management
Kaw Kleh Wah, who will start college in the fall, loves soccer, math and taking pictures.
Oregonians celebrate the 15th annual World Refugee Day with food, dance and song.
Mid County primary care health staff gather to share struggles, successes of working with interpreters, learn ways to improve access for clients.