As a result, more young people are getting the health information they need—whether they go to school or not.
Investing in local expertise has far-reaching impacts on health. Here’s a powerful example.
Many health workers in Senegal didn’t know what hypertension was or how to treat it—until now.
They're the bridge between their neighbors and the information and services that could help end the country's epidemic.
They're perfectly positioned to help find the families most in need.
Female clients often want care from female health workers, but they're in short supply.
The secret: motivated, well-trained community health volunteers.
It won’t happen from an office or a conference room. It’ll happen on the front lines.
Over 150 communities in seven regions now have systems in place to transport urgent cases from health huts to larger facilities.
To make HIV services available to more Tanzanians, we go where the clients go.