Ari Johnson and Jessica Beckerman.
To eliminate preventable deaths in the world’s most impoverished communities.
WHERE THEY WORK
Train and equip community health workers to go door-to-door proactively searching for patients, while mobilizing social networks to bring children in for care at the earliest signs of illness.
US$4.3 million for FY16 (Dec-16).
DELIVERED TO DATE
188 community health workers deployed, 982,851 proactive home visits, and 162,394 free clinic visits.
Under-five mortality rate dropped from a baseline of 155 (2008) per 1,000 live births to 17 (2011), an 89% drop in mortality in three years.
To serve 300,000 people by 2018.
OUR INVESTMENT SO FAR
US$550,000 unrestricted grant.