Our organization focuses on using the front line health workforce as an essential strategy to addressing noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) around the world. We work with Frontline health workers (FHWs) to provide services directly to communities where they are most needed, especially in remote and rural areas. Our Frontline health workers include, but are not limited to, health promotion educators, biometric health screeners, health and wellness coaches, nurses, doctors, psychologists, pharmacists, psychiatrists social workers, community health workers, fitness trainers and sports coaches. Frontline health workers have the potential to play a significant role in the reduction of deaths caused by non-communicable diseases (NCDs). They are a critical but yet underutilized resource in addressing the global burden of non-communicable diseases. Frontline health workers can raise awareness and promote healthy behaviors, conduct screenings, monitor symptoms, administer medication, provide referrals to facilities, conduct follow-up monitoring, and track health outcomes.
However, many countries face challenges in incorporating NCD care due to the growing shortage and maldistribution of health workers, and the growing burden of NCDs in low- and middle-income countries and communities around the world.
Our local and global partners include:
- Other Health Centers
- Psychiatric / Counselor
- Fitness Programs
- Sports Program
We are calling on like minded individuals to volunteer with us. We are also invite other global health organizations to partner with us. If you are interested in partnering or volunteering with us to inspire the world health and wellness, please complete our contact form.