Because everyone has the right to health care access.

Within our lifetimes, one billion people will go to their graves without ever having access to health care workers, medication, clean water or affordable health facilities. Health eVillages collaborates to advance health care access and improve the quality of care in the most challenging clinical environments around the world.

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The Right Tools

The Right Tools

We deliver clinical content when and where it’s needed. Health eVillages deploys tablets with pre-installed apps and clinical content tailored to each community’s needs. With help from our partners, we provide immediate access to clinical content – no internet required.

The Right Training

The Right Training

After the mobile devices are delivered, we train clinicians on the apps and provide extra educational materials. In addition to direct knowledge transfer, we employ a train-the-trainer model, teaching one individual within the clinic or community, who then shares the knowledge with other providers.

The Right Approach

The Right Approach

Although our focus has been on equipping health care providers with technology and training, we are working to create new solutions based on a community’s needs. This allows us to take a holistic approach to health care.

Who We Help

Angels of Hope, Uganda

Impact Stories

“A seven-year-old girl was brought into the clinic in a semiconscious state with an unclear medical history. Using his Health eVillages device, the Head Clinician was able to make the spot diagnosis of organophosphate poisoning and properly treat and save the girl’s life.”

– Wycliffe Omwanda, Clinician, Lwala Community Alliance

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The Issues That Drive Us

COVID-19 India SOS (Support for Oxygen and Supplies)

India’s deadly struggle continues unabated, with the country reporting record rise in coronavirus daily cases. India's healthcare system is crumbling under the weight of patients, with hospitals running out of beds and medical oxygen. Morgues and crematoriums cannot handle the number of dead and makeshift funeral pyres burn in parks and car parks. Infections are now spreading from overcrowded cities to remote rural villages that are home to nearly 70% of the 1.3 billion population.