THOSE WHO LIVE IN POVERTY OFTEN RECEIVE HEALTHCARE TOO LATE OR NOT AT ALL


5,900,000
CHILDREN DIE BEFORE THEIR 5TH BIRTHDAY


400,000,000
PEOPLE LACK ACCESS TO BASIC HEALTHCARE


300,000
WOMEN DIE FROM COMPLICATIONS DURING PREGNANCY
THE CHALLENGE IS DELIVERY IN TIME

Life-saving tools to stop millions of preventable deaths are well-proven. But traditional health systems are passive and reactive. Medical providers typically wait for patients to come to them. However, the later that a patient gets prenatal care or treatment for diseases like malaria, diarrhea, or pneumonia, the more likely that patient is to die.
MALI IS AT THE EPICENTER OF THIS CRISIS

The country has one of the highest rates of maternal and child mortality

These needless deaths constitute
one of our world’s greatest injustices.

But we have everything we need
to solve this crisis today.