In Rwanda, more than 80 percent of the population lives in rural areas where access to primary healthcare has lagged urban centers. To help address the gap, the Ministry of Health, the Society for Family Health Rwanda and Abbott are collaborating on an innovative shared value pilot program to establish second-generation health posts to bring quality healthcare closer to rural communities.
Early results show more people are getting the care they need.
Pioneering collaboration aims to bring care closer to home for more people.
Model program to deliver better access to care, local innovation.
Imagine walking three hours, in labor – and how we found a better way in Rwanda.
Take a 360 look at life in Rwanda and new approaches to healthcare.
An animated look at a new collaboration that aims to close the rural health gap.
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