Women from Iran’s female police force, established in 2003. These ladies undergo a three year training program requiring intensive military courses including judo, fencing, firearm training, and laying mines. They serve alongside their male counterparts, work regular beats, and they do it all in hijab. Respect.
the bottom left picture made my night
can i just direct your attention to the middle right picture
They are WOMAN,
Named: Kucing dalam Kucing
She’ll never brag about it, so we’ll do it for her. Kye Miner, Intermountain’s community benefit manager for Utah County, was honored with the the 2013 Public Health Hero award from the Utah Public Health Association. Kye works tirelessly to help improve access to healthcare resources in the county and make valuable resources widely known.
Kye was specifically honored for her contributions to the Utah County Dental Campaign, a collaborative project with Community Health Connect that provides dental kits to 15,000 children in all Utah County Title I schools.
Our community is lucky to have her. Join us in LIKING Kye’s accomplishment.
A public health hero… one of many who work day and night to improve the health of communities across the US and whose actions are not commonly recognized or acknowledged.