Jacques Cousteau

Jacques Cousteau-Yves

”man carries the weight of gravity on his shoulders. He is bolted to the Earth. But man has only to sink beneath the surface and he is free. Buoyed by water, he can fly in any direction — up, down, sideways – by merely flipping his hand. Under water, man becomes an archangel.”

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Ocean Day

World Ocean Day 2021

World Oceans Day is observed to remind people of the importance of the oceans in our daily lives. They function as our planet’s lungs, supplying the majority of the oxygen we take in.

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Digital health

Digital Health

Patients have been waiting for the introduction of digital health because it gives them more autonomy and helps them to receive more personalized care.

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Classic music

Music Training and Education

FSF-IHCE’s mission is to instill confidence and innovation in students of all ages through outstanding music education and training. Through our dedicated world-class innovative programs, we aim to transform lives and strengthen our culture through the love of music.

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Blue economy

Crimes in The Blue Economy

Slavery and human trafficking at sea are most prevalent in the South China Sea. Many men and boys are trafficked across the border only to end up as “sea slaves” in floating labor camps.

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Urological surgery, sexual medicine

Urologic Surgery, Sexual Medicine

Urological Surgery Urologic surgery focuses on both male and female urinary tracts, as well as male reproductive systems. Urologic surgery combines surgical procedures with the pelvis, including the colon, urogenital, and gynecological glands, to relieve obstructions, dysfunction, malignancies, and inflammatory diseases.The urinary and reproductive tracts are connected, and complications with one will lead to problems with the other. As a

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Blue economy

Blue Economy Training and Education

The Blue Economy Healthy seas and marine environments are critical to our economies and the long-term viability of the earth. They are the lungs of our world, supplying half of the oxygen we breathe. They account for 16% of the animal protein we ingest and serve as the basis for a variety of economic activities that promote development and jobs.

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Olympic training


Training and educational influence, as measured through experiences, expertise, and ability growth, contribute significantly to the human development of teachers and coaches. As well as their knowledge of teaching Olympic sports. Coaches and trainers instill the experience and spirit that distinguishes a true competitor. They serve as role models and help to develop character. The FSF-IHCE encourages coaches and teachers

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Surgery Training and Education

Surgery Surgery is a medical or dental specialty that employs operative manual and instrumental procedures on an individual to investigate or cure a pathological disorder such as an illness or accident, as well as to help improve body function, appearance, or to restore undesirable ruptured regions. History of Surgery Surgical operations such as amputations of the extremities, excision of tumors

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torture and prevention

Human Rights – Torture & Prevention

Torture is one of the most severe abuses of a person’s basic human rights. It degrades one’s dignity, both physically and mentally, and has far-reaching implications for one’s family and society. As assured by international law and established in the UN Convention Against Torture, freedom from torture is a universal and essential human right for all. However, the practice appears

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Climate change prevention

Climate Change and Prevention

What is climate change Climate change is the long-term alteration of the climate on a global scale (from decades to millions of years). These changes may occur on a local, international, or global scale. The word “climate change” refers to the rise in temperature from the mid-twentieth century to the present day. And though climate change can be caused by

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