• Hygiene
    • Promoting hand washing, covering mouth when coughing, discouraging spitting, improved human waste disposal, improved handling of soiled needles and medical equipment.
  • Immunization
    • Promoting improved quality, access and availability of vaccines. Promoting high quality cold chain linkages. Improved health education.
  • Nutrition
    • Promoting improved nutrition especially among the most vulnerable and supplementing with vitamins and minerals when needed.
  • Maternal/Child Health
    • Improving pre, peri and post-natal care for women, support breast feeding, infant care and early childhood care Supporting contraception programs when needed.
  • Prevention
    • Rickets, iodine deficiency, TB, HIV, AIDS/Chronic Diarrhea/dehydration, Growth Stunting, Vaccine preventable disease.
  • Clinical
    • Primary Health Care, Mental Health Care, Palliative/End of life Care. Infectious diseases including TB, HIV/AIDS, Cysticercosis, Bartonelloses.
  • Medication
    • Promoting improved access to essential medications working with government and pharmaceutical industry
  • Investigatory tools
    • Helping research in the development of innovative investigatory tools for use in remote areas.
  • Education
    • Recognizing the importance of education to the physical and mental health of these communities. Emphasis on educating community health workers.

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