ENABLING BASIC HEALTHCARE
People in rural and poor communities experience poorer health status compared with many urban dwellers, due to inadequate or inequitable access to primary health care services that are central to improving women’s and children’s health; and controlling major infectious diseases, such as HIV, Cholera, and Tuberculosis.
Our Healthcare Initiative aim to provides people in rural and poor communities with access to basic healthcare and primary health facilities through three programs:
1. Reducing avoidable mortality through offering free medical checkup and treatment
2. Increasing access to healthcare by construction/equipment of primary healthcare facilities
3. Enhancing quality of life for disabled persons by providing crutches, wheel chairs, and prosthetic limbs to these individuals to enable them to become useful members of the society again.