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Save lives and improve health by increasing access to quality healthcare for the most underserved communities.

Bridging the Health Care Gap

Malawi’s first mobile health hotline is transforming health care at the last mile.

Increasing Access

What does it take to ensure life-saving vaccines and essential medicines reach the last mile? Bold change.

Data-Driven Change.

Strengthening information systems here is essential to improving health care.

VillageReach is a non-profit global health innovator developing new solutions to critical healthcare challenges in low- and middle-income countries.

Thoughts from the Last Mile

November 30, 2017

Keeping Cool: A New Partnership with Bull City Learning

Vaccines are extremely sensitive to temperature. They must remain between 2 and 8 degrees Celsius in order to remain viable. Outside of this temperature range, vaccines become less effective at preventing diseases. Because of this, the storage and handling of vaccines need careful attention. The equipment and devices used to ensure vaccines stay in the right temperature range are known as the “cold chain.” When vaccines are transported, stored in a refrigerator, or used in an immunization session, the cold chain keeps the temperature right. Significant investments have been made in updating cold chain equipment in many countries, but overall…

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November 7, 2017

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October 16, 2017

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Transforming Health Systems, Starting at the Last Mile

Effective solutions require a deep understanding of local health systems, a diverse set of skills and expertise, and strong relationships and partners on the ground in order to achieve impact, scale and sustainability.

Driven by the needs at the last mile, we bring diverse perspectives to the table to solve complex healthcare delivery challenges.

 

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