A nurse measures out medicine at the Porcupine Clinic on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Seva's Native Americans diabetes prevention work began in 1982 when we helped establish the Porcupine Clinic - the first Native American operated health clinic in the country.
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1 out of 6 Native Americans suffer from an epidemic of diabetes. Support this grassroots programs that is planting seeds for change in Native American communities throughout the United States. Less than 0.5% of all philanthropic giving in the US is designated for Native American causes. Help us support these marginalized and under-served communities. Your donation will provide…
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