THE CHALLENGE IS DELIVERY ON TIME
At least half the world's population still lack access to essential health care.
CHILDREN DIED BEFORE THEIR FIFTH BIRTHDAY IN 2019
PEOPLE LACK ACCESS TO ESSENTIAL HEALTH SERVICES
WOMEN DIE EACH YEAR DUE TO PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS
Millions of patients die from preventable diseases every year because their health care systems do not reach them fast enough. Those who live in poverty often receive health care too late, or not at all.
BARRIERS THAT DELAY CARE
A patient falls ill. The longer that patient must wait to get prenatal care or treatment for diseases like malaria, diarrhea, or pneumonia, the more likely they are to die. These overlapping barriers leave behind millions of patients every year.