Providing humanitarian aid is a way to reduce malnutrition, hunger, and poverty in rural communities. The program is also helpful during medical emergencies, famine, natural disasters, and medical pandemics like COVID-19.
In rural communities of Sub Sahara Africa, there is an increase in chronic and infectious diseases. Our mobile clinic program is more responsive; the restriction is limited. The mobile clinic supplements the medical clinic in areas where a medical clinic is not possible. It is an excellent support for public health, clinical care, and it becomes handy in responding to emergencies.
The program helps address the enormous health care challenges in rural communities of Sub Sahara Africa by increasing our medical response time to rural communities. The mobile clinic program is our effort to improve healthcare penetration, a unique holistic approach to providing health care, delivering comprehensive primary care, and preventive care through education and advocacy.
We are enhancing healthcare delivery and quality of life in rural communities of Sub Sahara African. Our goal is to provide service for two million people by 2023.