Anna Lima, Health Worker, Kenya, Save the Children
Dalmas Omollo, Health Worker, Kenya, Save the Children
Reaching communities in Somalia
Humans deserve human worthy service – this is one of the key principles of Alight, formerly the American Refugee Committee (ARC). The organization works in countries across the world to build a meaningful life for and with the displaced, with integrated healthcare and Nutrition services an integral part of this.
Florence’s story Teacher and School Health Worker, Florence Jere, talks through the value of reducing absenteeism in Zambian schools. “When a child is well and in class, I get very happy” As a mother of three, Florence knows what it is like to feel worried about a sick child.
Saving Lives at Scale: Part Two
Code[ish] – A podcast from the team at Heroku, exploring code, technology, tools, tips, and the life of the developer. Saving Lives at Scale: Part Two September 29, 2020 Access to proper medical care is an impossibility in many parts of the world. In this second half...
Saving Lives at Scale: Part One
Code[ish] - A podcast from the team at Heroku, exploring code, technology, tools, tips, and the life of the developer. Saving Lives at Scale: Part One September 22, 2020 Access to proper medical care is an impossibility in many parts of the world. In this first...
THINKMD Partners with Healthy Learners to Scale School-based Health Program in Zambia
In Zambia, many school-aged children, ages 6-18, do not have reliable access to basic healthcare services. For decades, global health funding has focused on newborns and children under 5 years old but has largely ignored these school-aged children…
Development and Initial Validation of a Frontline Health Worker mHealth Assessment Platform (MEDSINC) for Children 2–60 Months of Age
Abstract. Approximately 3 million children younger than 5 years living in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) die each year from treatable clinical conditions such as pneumonia, dehydration secondary to diarrhea, and malaria. A majority of these deaths could be prevented with early clinical assessments…