Rural Healthcare

Across the globe many rural citizens reside in communities not served by a local health agency. Financial and geographic limitations typically restrict these people from travelling outside their area to access health services. People living in these communities are more likely to engage to experience higher rates of chronic conditions and be in the front-line of emerging zoonotic diseases (causing epidemics / pandemics)than city dwellers.

Primary care is a vital service needed in rural communities. These communities are the foundation of economic growth in their countries and need to be supported.

Help us meet the needs of rural communities in developing countries and stop emerging diseases in their tracks.

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Disaster Response

Immediate to short-term medical response represents one of the greatest challenges to a communities in disaster situations.

Rescuers and field medical personnel must often provide care to large numbers of casualties in a setting of limited resources and infrastructure; and at great personal risk.

Front-line field clinics responding to disasters need to be easy to operate, multi-functional and able to operate in the toughest environments.

Use for testing, isolation, decontamination.

Help us provide inexpensive disaster response and epidemic prevention / control solutions to those who need it most.

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Stopping Pandemics

Most epidemics / pandemics start in rural communities.

Adults in rural areas are less likely to be tested for chronic conditions and this can result in disease rapidly spreading across the population without it being reported to authorities in a timely manner.

These are typically emerging zoonotic diseases (diseases transferred from animals to humans) and include ebola and COVID19.

These diseases are only noticed once they reach a large population center, rapidly causing further infections and deaths.

Help us stop the spread of emerging diseases by being on the front-line of rural healthcare and health reporting.

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