Global mortality estimates from 2016 show that 48% of deaths around the world are caused by non-communicable diseases that are often preventable and easily treated with education and appropriate lifestyle changes. Unfortunately, resources are sparse in many communities around the globe.READ MORE
Nearly 1 billion people in the world lack access to potable (drinkable) water, mainly those living in third world countries. In these areas, women and children often have to travel to collect clean water. This can even affect the ability of children to go to school.READ MORE
Since graduation in May of 2018, the Tonacatepeque Community Health Workers (CHWs) in El Salvador have had two meetings to review material learned during training and learn new material.READ MORE
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