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72 HoursA Race Against Time
Amidst a resurgence of the wild polio virus strain, health workers in the Tete province of northern Mozambique work to save lives by improving the efficiency of polio sample transport.
Road to Responsive PHC
Our new report, “Integrating Community Insights to Build Responsive Primary Health Care Systems,” examines challenges and opportunities for integrating community insights into PHC systems.
VillageReach and the Mozambique Ministry of Health are exploring how drones can overcome barriers to establish resilient supply chains for essential health products.
Innovationin Health Care
A midline evaluation from two universities has found that a community-led approach to immunization piloted by VillageReach in rural Mozambique is promising to improve key immunization outcomes.
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Health Care Needed to Thrive
Designing high-impact supply chains guarantees that lifesaving products get to health care facilities and community health workers across five countries. We use technology and innovation to create new pathways to care, extending services from the health center to the palm of a hand. Our systems deliver results.
70,000,000people have increased access to quality health care in sub-Saharan Africa.
11,500 health workers supported to deliver products and quality health services to the most under-reached.
3,000 health facilities received deliveries of health products through our programs.
Global Vision. Local Experience.
VillageReach’s experts live and work across the globe, building on what we know works to introduce and improve people-centered health care. But our story begins in Africa, where we have offices in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi and Mozambique.
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Why Every Nonprofit Should Offer Sabbaticals (And How To Make It Happen)
Originally posted on Forbes. For two and a half months this year, I didn’t open my computer. Since the day my parents gifted me my first personal computer for college—a Macintosh SE with a black and white screen—I don’t think I’ve gone a week…