Basic Health International Foundation was set up as a result of many years of traveling in remote areas across the globe and seeing some of the large medical needs of some of these communities. Being remote and isolated many of these communities are often off the “radar screen” of national health programs. Remoteness, transportation, infrastructure, geography, and weather are common barriers to adequate health care in these communities. People living in such locations often have to cope with a harsh climate and marginalized crop potential. Access to good nutrition, good education and medical care is often compromised.
|Pat Morrow||Paul Mortimer||David Butz|