we believe in
good health. beautiful communities.
we work with communities to restore physical health in children and families through training and educational workshops, by providing access to treatment and clean water
Ethiopia is a rugged, landlocked country split by the Great Rift Valley. It shares a border with Eritrea to the north and northeast, Djibouti and Somalia to the east, Sudan and South Sudan to the west, and Kenya to the south.
Covid-19 is a big threat to gains in health
Strengthen the capacity of at-risk front-line health care workers on infection prevention and control and support under-resourced health care facilities through the provision of supplies and sustainable water, sanitation, and hygiene services for effective COVID-19 risk-mitigation, prevention and response
It’s not OK that children are dying from preventable diseases. It’s not OK that families are spending their entire income on medical services or that access to quality healthcare is limited where they live.
We work with communities to restore physical health in children and families through training and educational workshops, by providing access to treatment and clean water sources as well as assisting families in implementing preventative measures to keep children healthy and safe.
Engage community workers
We majk sure drugs available
Deal with churches more to deliver our agenda
WHY HEALTH MATTERS
Children can get sick from intestinal worms found in unclean drinking water and lack of sanitation practices. By sending deworming medicine, you’ll help eliminate these worms for 500 children for a year.
ACCESS TO SURGICAL SERVICES
Two billion children lack access to surgical services leading to more than 6 million deaths every year. More than 6 million children die from congenital disorders, injury, and cancer. Young adolescent girls, particularly in Africa, die from complications of pregnancy and childbirth.
Recurring drought, conflict, and instability have led to severe food shortages. Many countries have struggled with extreme poverty for decades, so they lack government and community support systems to help their struggling families.