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In the above video, HAC Executive Director describes what Health Access Connect does and why we do it.

What does HAC do?

We use motorcycle taxis to set up monthly, 1-day health clinics in remote villages of Uganda. These clinics allow people to access essential health services like anti-retroviral treatment, malaria treatment, child checkups, and family planning.

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This is what it looks like on their way to set up a clinic. The driver makes two journeys on this motorcycle.

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This is what a mobile clinic looks like from the outside. Health workers serve patients for one day and then come back every month.

How does that work?

We’ve been implementing our model since August 2015 and have served thousands of patients! Visit our Under the Hood page to find out more.

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