Our Model: Holistic Care
We define health as physical, mental, social, and spiritual. Our foundation is based on education that works to bring health to the whole person.
Critical to transformation is a participatory approach that builds on what people already know and assets they already have. This gives them confidence that they have worthwhile things they can share. Our model includes many other activities which show the people they have the ability as individuals and as a community to reshape their own lives and their neighborhood. The emphasis is on individual and neighborhood assets, not problems.
We implement our programs within existing government delivery and data systems.
We work with District Health offices to ensure program implementation is embedded in government systems, leveraging existing government infrastructures and personnel. We integrate the program’s impact data into the government’s data collection systems. This enables outcomes to be routinely and consistently shared with government partners.
How we deliver care
CHWs lead delivery of care
Through CHWs, communities are lifted out of cycles of poverty and disease. They promote good health; helping people realize they have assets that can be used. They focus on community assets and not needs.
The CHWs promote empowerment strategies that avoid unhealthily dependencies. They facilitate the processes that promote people themselves choosing priorities, identifying assets, and making implementation plans using available local resources. Through home visits, they provide timely care and make referrals for proper management.
What we deliver
Through home visits, Community Health Workers empower women to take charge of their health. The Nurses on a Bike provide antenatal and postnatal care at the doorstep
Malaria, Diarrhoea, Pnemonia prevention and Treatment
Community Health Workers provide Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM).
We provide mental healthcare through health education and support to clients with emotional needs.
Malnutrition prevention and Treatment
CHWs screen and treat for malnutrition in under five children. Severe malnutrition cases are referred to public health facilities. They make follow-up and recovery support in the home.
Supporting strong primary health care services during the pandemic by maintaining access to routine and access health services, surveillance and response, and Covid-19 vaccination.
Children with special needs
We provide care coordination services for families of infants and children who have special health care needs from 1 to 12 years old.
Community Health Workers refer severe cases to public health facilities for early and proper management
Men and Boys Matter
We support men's mental health by providing a safe space for men and boys to talk.
We raise awareness of men’s importance to women. We talk about how men can make choices that improve lives of women. Support groups hold weekly meetings, where they provide a safe space to talk to other men and boys in a confidential but informal way.