THANKS TO YOUR SUPPORT WE'VE TRAINED

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COMMUNITY

HEALTH WORKERS

ACROSS

8

COUNTRIES

UPCOMING PROJECTS

Sierra Leone

June 2020

Honduras

Summer 2020

Nigeria

Summer 2020

El Salvador

Fall 2020

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We Envision

the end of preventable diseases in underprivileged areas globally through educating and empowering local people to be healthcare leaders, whose impact will change the course of their community.

Why H.E.L.P?

About 29,000 children under the age of five – 21 each minute – die every day, mainly from preventable causes.* We are working to change that.

We envision a world where no one dies from preventable diseases and where people are inspired to help their communities live healthier lives. Through equipping local people within their communities with the knowledge and tools to prevent unnecessary diseases and deaths, Community Health Workers are empowered to be health leaders and can create change within their local communities.

*According to UNICEF 2018.

Why are Community Health Workers so important?

The majority of the world lacks access to basic health knowledge and health services.

Community Health Workers bridge the gap between the poor and health care.

Community Health Workers are uniquely qualified to create change, as they are trusted members of their communities.

Community Health Workers can help with many issues, such as nutrition, sanitation, maternal health, and first aid.

Why are Community Health Workers so important?

The majority of the world lacks access to basic health knowledge and health services.

Community Health Workers bridge the gap between the poor and health care.

Community Health Workers are uniquely qualified to create change, as they are trusted members of their communities.

Community Health Workers can help with many issues, such as nutrition, sanitation, maternal health, and first aid.

SPONSOR A COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER

$50

Provides complete supply kit including

Blood Pressure Cuff

First Aid Kit

Thermometer

Training Book +More

FUND COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKER INTERNATIONAL PROJECT TRAINING EXPENSES

$1000

Covers associated travel expenses

Assessment

Airfare to training

Bus fares

You Can Help Train Community Health Workers

OUR STORIES

Learn more about our passion for community health and the people that have been impacted by it.

Meet the New Interns at International HELP

May 21, 2020

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Intern Prepares for Community Health Worker Training in Sierra Leone

May 13, 2020

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International HELP creates opportunities for both communities and students. Read more about Hassan Barrie’s experience to learn more about the projects he helped progress and the public health skills he gained. I started my practicum with International Help in May 2019. It was a 16 week practicum experience that ended in September 2019. Since then, I have been a volunteer working as a Coordinator for the Sierra Leone project.

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