When Cyclone Idai hit nearly three weeks ago, it caused significant destruction to health infrastructures, with 54 health centers inoperable, as of April 9th.
There was also extensive damage to Beira Central Hospital, which is the main hospital in the province. Poor access to health centers continues to be the greatest challenge in restocking essential medicines and medical supplies. Now, there are more than 35 partners engaged in health relief efforts, including VillageReach.
Together with other health partners, VillageReach is actively working with the Government of Mozambique to address emergency needs that allow health authorities to provide basic medical care…
We improve the productivity and capacity of health workers, so they can deliver quality care.
We improve the availability of vaccines, medicines, and supplies at the last mile, so that people have access to the treatment they need.
We integrate data driven decision-making at all levels of the health system, because smart decisions lead to improved health.