Helping each other can make the world better
We are a diverse group of national, regional, and international volunteers, participating locally from our international bases. We support adolescent girls, pregnant women, new mothers, and their families by supporting access to health information and antenatal care. We connect users with public and private healthcare, education, and social services centers. We use social networks, social media, and new technologies to provide training workshops in low-resource settings.
We volunteer locally for the Association pour la Solidarité et l’Assistance Socio-Sanitaire (ASASS), a non-profit registered in Burundi and with the United Nations Volunteering Organization. We develop strategies and support projects to reduce maternal and infant death, and infrastructures for access to
We apply the latest knowledge in science and technology to design innovative, effective, and practical low-cost healthcare information, educational resources, and sustainable development solutions. We provide these to charities, schools, hospitals, cooperatives, and villages and cities to ensure care for women, children, refugees, people with mental and physical disabilities, and their families. These practical, evidence-based interventions break down barriers to high-quality healthcare for the world’s most vulnerable populations. Click here to read more about our approach.
We treasure diversity and the contribution that each of us can bring to ensuring the well-being of people in Burundi and all over the world.