Over 50% of Malawians living in poverty and remote areas face a number of challenges in accessing quality healthcare and leading healthy lives. Due to cost, knowledge deficit, distance, inadequate human resources, and the non-availability of health facilities, thousands die every year unnecessarily. Many of these are children who die due to childhood illnesses.
We work to remove barriers to healthcare for ultra-poor Malawians in remote areas. We do this through Community Health Workers, mobile clinics, Nurses on Bikes, and our dedicated Health Centre.
We are on a mission to build healthy and prosperous communities.
We believe everyone should have access to high-quality healthcare when they need it.
Primary health care is the foundation of Universal Health Coverage (UHC).
Community Health Workers
Home visits by CHWs cumulatively
People served cumulatively