On November 29, 2016, we started our #accessforall campaign to a) tell the stories of the people we work with and b) connect them to other people who discuss a time when it was important for them to have access to healthcare. Here are some explanations of why we chose this campaign. Aspire for something … Continue reading Why #accessforall?
“People like this project very much. If they hear that it is coming, they really become pleased and come to get the medicine. [The clinics] relieve us from having to walk long distances to get health services. A person can get medicine easily, and on top of that, people don’t ask money from us. [This … Continue reading Clinics relieve us from having to walk long distances
“Before we have found that we spend a lot of money to reach where we go to get the medicine. But now, we spend little money and the work at home is not affected. So we are really happy about the presence of this project. “[The people of this village] are extremely happy to see … Continue reading Work at home is not affected
“I only use a little time to get medicine right here, and I can finish my work in time. And I can be here to cook for my children because I’m a parent. Then I would not get tired moving from one place to the other. But if I stay here, I can be healthy … Continue reading I can be healthy and strong
Kalangala is a small lakeside town on one of the Ssese Islands on Lake Victoria. It is still part of Uganda, and it’s its own kind of beautiful. There’s about one main road, a handful of roadside shops, and a small market where one may buy bananas, plantains, sweet potatoes, corn flour, onions, tomatoes, beans, … Continue reading A Day with Health Access Connect | Bungo Village
HAC 2015 Annual Report by Health Access Connect
Hello! My name is Miranda, and I’m in my second year at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. My passion for global health has lead me to take courses in both Health Sciences and International Studies. I’m currently doing a program called Semester in Development which gives students the opportunity to live, work, and … Continue reading Meet our Intern Miranda
In this article, we’ll talk about the process we went through to: a) gather appropriate data, and b) create a map that improves our organization’s work.
We have started a fundraising drive to raise money to add 3 motorcycles and 12 villages to our list of partners. Visit our Under the Hood page to learn more details. We’ve made it SUPER easy and secure to Donate.
Our first volunteer has arrived to assist us with digital marketing and social media! We are looking forward to the creativeness that Michelle Cappy has to bring to the table. Michelle is a student of tourism and business marketing at the University of Kentucky. We’re planning to develop a digital marketing and social media media … Continue reading Meet Our Volunteer Michelle