Health eVillages is currently active in eleven different countries. We work with our partners to deliver content that is tailored to meet their unique regional healthcare needs.

Current Programs

Angels of Hope Uganda

Matugga & Acuma, Uganda

Angels of Hope provides holistic care that focuses not only on the physical health of their patients, but also on their psychological and social well-being.

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Be like Brit Foundation

Grand Goave, Haiti

Be like Brit Foundation Inc. (BLB) is an organization that built and supports an orphanage in Grand Goave, Haiti known as Brit’s Home. This orphanage is home to 66 children, 33 boys and 33 girls, and was founded in memory of Britney Gengel with the vision of raising the next generation of leaders in Haiti.

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Child Legacy International

Msundwe, Malawi

Child Legacy International Inc. (CLI) is a non-profit organization working in Africa with the mission to build sustainable communities, where hope thrives, and legacies of opportunity are created, breaking the generational cycle of poverty.

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Harrington Family Health Center

Harrington, Maine

Located in rural Washington County, Down East Maine, Harrington Family Health Center cares for some of the state’s sickest and poorest individuals.

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Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais

Mirebalais, Haiti

Built in 2013, Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais serves an area in Haiti that is home to 3.4 million people, as well as the many who travel across the country to receive the Hospital’s renowned quality of care.

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Juba Teaching Hospital

Juba, South Sudan

In South Sudan, the youngest country in the world, giving birth to a new life is a dangerous task. An estimated 200,000 women die, just in South Sudan, each year due to labor complications. Real Medicine Foundation’s mission in Juba Teaching Hospital in Juba, South Sudan is to reduce this completely unnecessary maternal mortality.

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Kijabe Hospital

Kijabe, Kenya

This 350-bed facility is one of the more sophisticated hospitals in the region and draws patients, clinicians and students from all of East Africa for treatment and education.

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Lwala Community Alliance

Lwala, Kenya

The Lwala Community Hospital provides primary care, maternal reproductive health services and HIV care in a region with a very high infant mortality rate (95/1000) and the highest HIV/AIDS rate in Kenya.

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Partners in Compassionate Care

Werkok, South Sudan

Partners in Compassionate Care (PCC) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 2004 whose goal is to make their hospital, Memorial Christian Hospital, a self-sustained, local NGO that provides health care services to the rural population in South Sudan..

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St. Joseph Integrative Center on Aging

Standish, ME

A large segment of seniors living in rural communities around the United States are suffering with multiple chronic health conditions that are exacerbated by social isolation and loneliness.

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Village HopeCore International

Chogoria, Kenya

Village HopeCore International is a non-profit that operates just outside of Nairobi, Kenya. Their mission is community development through public health and micro-enterprise/income generation.

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WellShare International

Bariadi District, Tanzania

WellShare International partners with communities and health care providers to design, implement, and evaluate health programs that respond to the needs of each population they serve. They currently operate within their home state of Minnesota as well as Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania.

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Campus Partners

Foundation for Senior Living (FSL)

Phoenix, Arizona

Foundation for Senior Living (FSL) was founded with one goal in mind: to improve the quality of life for adults and their caregivers.

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Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers

Leesburg, Virginia

Loudoun Volunteer Caregivers is a community of volunteers helping frail elderly and adults with disabilities to maintain independence and quality of life.

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Mercy Community Healthcare

Franklin, Tennessee

Mercy Community Health Care is a federally qualified health center located in Franklin, Tennessee, Health eVillages launched its partnership with Mercy by providing nine tablets to the behavioral health, family medicine and pediatrics departments in order to assist in their mission in helping to treat the “whole person.”

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Past Programs

Awassa Referral Hospital

Awassa University Referral Hospital is a tertiary level hospital serving a region of 12 million people.

Through a partnership with a professor at the State University of New York, Health eVillages provided devices for a project in Ethiopia where textbooks, diagnostic tools and other medical resources were unavailable.

Blood:Water - Food For The Hungry

Africa

Health eVillages worked with Blood:Water Mission and Food for the Hungry Kenya and Food for the Hungry Uganda from 2015-2017 to help address the needs of HIV-positive individuals in their communities.

In Kenya, Food for the Hungry aims to provide clean water systems for communities, education, and health services for those living with HIV. In addition to these services, Food for the Hungry Uganda also offers training in agriculture and sustainable income generation.

ElevateX

Chellanam, India

ElevateX serves as a catalyst to solve the greatest challenges around poverty, health, education and injustice. They partner with the most resourceful, creative and disruptive change makers in a community to help achieve progress together.

In 2015, Health eVillages supported an intensive Human Centered Design project focused on improving access to growth opportunities for the social and economic development of the people in Chellanam, India. Since the launch of this partnership, and using music, sport, film and leadership development projects, there have been positive health, education, poverty and social justice issue outcomes.

HERO

Ste. Therese Hospital – Hinche, Haiti

The work with Health eVillages, Regis College and Partners in Health was twofold: the first involved a group of nurse educators from the 5 national nursing schools in Haiti. These nurses travel to Regis College to take courses and train, and since 2011 had the benefit of utilizing their own Health eVillages devices loaded with digitized clinical content, apps and calculators. They in turn train the next generation of Haitian nurses, for which there is great demand.

The second focused on nursing education in Hinche, Haiti where the Regis College Nurse Coordinator traveled to Ste. Therese Hospital to train the nurses on a multitude of clinical areas in tandem with an on-site Haitian Nurse Educator. Throughout 2013-2017, Health eVillages provided the nursing staff of Ste. Therese with their own tablets, empowering them with knowledge and tools so that they could make a difference in the health of their own community.

Hope For Haiti

The mission of Hope for Haiti is to improve the quality of life for the Haitian people, particularly children, through education, healthcare, water, infrastructure and economy. In addition, Hope for Haiti has an emergency relief component and has responded to several natural disasters like the 2010 Haiti Earthquake and Hurricane Matthew since its founding.

Health eVillages provided 4 devices loaded with clinical content focused on pediatrics and infant and maternal health for use on the ground in Haiti.

Icebreakers Uganda

Uganda

Icebreakers Uganda was formed in 2004 to support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) – Ugandans 18 years and over. It is illegal to be gay in Uganda and friends, families, even health care professionals who treat LGBT people are at great risk personally for their safety and freedom. Icebreakers’ mission is to support and raise the awareness of all gay people in Uganda about their human rights aspects in health, risky sexual behaviors with emphasis on HIV/AIDS and to speak out for those who are being bullied, abused or hated because of their sexual orientation.

Health eVillages provided a device and training to the Icebreakers clinic, one of the only clinics in the country where LGBT individuals could safely receive care, without government persecution.

Jacaranda Health

Nairobi, Kenya

Jacaranda Health in Kenya aims to make pregnancy and childbirth safer for women and newborns by transforming maternity care in East Africa. They build private maternity clinics in peri-urban areas and are innovating to provide patient-centered care that combines quality and affordability.

From 2016-2018, Health eVillages provided 4 tablets to the nursing staff to help with maintenance of skills management as well as to assist in simulation exercises.

Pacific Partnership Mission

Pacific Islands

Pacific Partnership is the largest annual multilateral disaster relief preparedness mission conducted in the Indo-Asia-Pacific.

Health eVillages Board member, and former Navy nurse, John Boyer joined Project Hope’s Pacific Partnership Mission to bring access to medical care to remote islands in the Pacific. Health eVillages 5 devices were used by volunteer clinicians who provided care and public health education on hypertension, diabetes, nutrition, infant and maternal health and tropical diseases.

Project Hope China

Shanghai, China

Project HOPE is a global health and humanitarian relief organization, committed to transforming lives by empowering healthcare workers around the world.

In partnership with Project Hope, Health eVillages provided 12 devices to Shanghai Children’s Hospital and a regional rehabilitation hospital to help further develop physicians’ base of knowledge and to enable them to quickly refer to diagnostic references.

Robert F. Kennedy – Lafitte Medical Clinic

Lafitte, Lousiana

The RFK Lafitte Medical Clinic in Jean Lafitte, LA is one of the state’s newest health centers. The clinic services an isolated population of commercial fishermen and their families who were impacted by the BP oil spill in 2010.

Health eVillages devices were utilized to assist in patient education as well as dosing and treatment methods for skin ailments that arose from the oil spill.

Shenandoah University’s Dunn School of Pharmacy

Winchester, VA (and internships sites in Dominican Republic and India)

Shenandoah University, located in Winchester, VA is home to the Dunn School of Pharmacy, founded in 1995 to respond to the growing need for pharmacists in the health-care system.

Health eVillages helped train and equip 4 pharmacy students with digital prescribing content as they embarked on internships in the Dominican Republic and India.

Sughavazhvu

Tamil Nadu, India

SughaVazhvu Healthcare is a not-for-profit, rural primary healthcare organization in Tanjore, Tamil Nadu, India. It provides desperately needed basic healthcare services to inaccessible populations.

In 2015, Health eVillages supplied 4 tablets loaded with a wealth of digitized clinical content, including SughaVazhvu Healthcare’s existing treatment protocols and best practices, for use in their mobile clinic and community clinic settings.

Teche Action Clinic

Franklin, Louisiana

Teche Action Clinic is a federally qualified health center, which cares for anyone regardless of insurance status or ability to pay, and operates 10 clinic sites in South Louisiana.

Health eVillages provided 16 devices loaded with primary care clinical content to physicians and nurses in this rural Community Health Center.

Ubuntu Pathways

Port Elizabeth, South Africa

Ubuntu Pathways (formerly Ubuntu Education Fund) is a nonprofit organization that provides an integrated support system of health, education, and social support in the townships of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Health eVillages worked with the clinic at Ubuntu Pathways to provide digital clinical content to help staff diagnose and treat area children.