Wendy Achieng

Providing first mile healthcare in Diapé, Adzopé District- Côte d’Ivoire

Technological stewardship has been key in advancing different areas of our lives; from improving access to information, resources, and most importantly health. As we celebrate the gains made, we also recognize the need to continuously ensure that even the hardest to reach communities are equipped with the necessary skills that …

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Advancing universal health coverage – Medic partners with FLIT Invest to tackle health inequity

Health equity is a cornerstone of universal health coverage – a world where all people have access to the right health services when and where they need them, without financial hardship. Addressing health inequity requires strengthening health systems. It calls on us to – redesign care delivery models to reach …

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Partners In Health to open source their full CHT-based community health app – YendaNafe

Authored by: Philip Ngari, Program Manager, Medic Responding to community needs in Malawi Malawi is one of the countries with very high levels of poverty and also high HIV prevalence, with about one million people currently living with HIV. The country also has high under-five (39 per 1000 live births) …

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D-tree and Medic: Advancing Universal Health Coverage through our shared commitment to digitally empowering Community Health Workers

The 77th session of the UN General Assembly kicks off this week, providing the opportunity for global leaders to come together and discuss some of the world’s most pressing challenges and solutions. At D-tree and Medic, we are excited to lead and participate in discussions about how we collectively can …

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