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Our Impact

70,000,000 people 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.

Reaching Health Care
For All

Responsive primary health care (PHC) ensures that health care services are available when they are required, even for the hardest-to-reach communities, it is responsive to people’s preferences, and people obtain the services and products they want and need. This is the core of VillageReach’s strategy: building responsive primary health care systems. Adopting these changes will require policy, practice and systems shifts, calling for partnerships with civil society, the private sector, political leaders and multilateral institutions to accelerate the transformative action needed for responsive PHC.

A Vision to Reach Universal Health Coverage (2:06)

Community-first vaccination saves lives

Impact Story

I came here to listen to the health workers’ talk. They provided important information to prevent some diseases.”

In the quiet village of Mudine, Mozambique, young mother Wina arrived early at the mobile vaccination clinic with her baby, Regina, in her arms. A community health worker welcomed her with a smile, handing Wina a pictorial card illustrating the importance of vaccinations and a schedule of her baby’s upcoming immunizations. Wina was impressed.

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A Dream Come True

Impact Story

Every person … was very happy to hear that we could fly from one location to another, bringing vaccine doses without putting a health worker at risk.”

Dr. Archimede Makaya is passionate about finding sustainable solutions to improve access to quality health care in rural communities. Before coming to VillageReach, he had worked as a physician and at the DRC Ministry of Health (MoH). So, seeing firsthand what limited access to lifesaving medicines and vaccines can do to communities, Dr. Archimede was excited to join VillageReach and use drone technology to get health products to people.

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Strengthening Health Systems

Impact Story

It is hard to be forward thinking on a roller coaster, but at VillageReach, that is exactly what we set out to do early in the pandemic.”

This is how Emily Bancroft began her president’s letter in our 2021 Annual Impact Report. The ups and downs of the pandemic were relentless, but during this past fiscal year VillageReach continued to adapt while keeping in mind our big picture: to accelerate the development of people-centered health systems and to be a global leader in radical collaboration to scale and sustain impact.

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The Latest Global Impact

See the latest updates from our work to improve access to quality healthcare in the world’s most underserved communities.

Washington State Health Equity Program

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Supply Chain for Community Health Workers (SC4CHWs)

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Supply Chain for Community Health Workers in Kenya

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Let’s Talk About Vaccines! Malawi

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Building People-Centered Health Care Systems

To achieve universal health coverage by 2030, we must collectively scale up and sustain innovative practices that increase access to essential health services while accelerating innovation through collaboration. Reducing inequities in access relies on our collective ability to design health solutions that overcome barriers under-reached communities face today. When community insights—the analyzed needs, preferences and feedback of a population—are integrated at a systems level and routinely acted upon, we can improve health outcomes.

People-centered Solutions

 

People-centered Solutions

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