The level of vulnerability increases when people can’t access the healthcare services they require.
Inclusive and equitable healthcare access is not only important for health promotion but also for its maintenance, prevention and management of diseases , reduction of unnecessary disabilities and deaths and achieving maximum health equity.
In its mission to promote health and international exchanges, Feed Needs Without Borders has established partnership relations with several public and private structures in the health sector.
We work tirelessly to ensure that every individual has access to equitable quality healthcare services for their good health and wellbeing. We do this by attenuating some rural impediments such as lack of transportation and infrastructure; offering medical internship opportunities to support the education of medical students and capacity building of local healthcare facilities in developing world. One of our greatest achievement in this is the Humanitarian Health Center we’ve set up in Benin; a small developing country in West Africa whose three quarters of the population is poor.