• Kenya

    Since 2005, HealthRight has focused efforts on the economically and geographically isolated communities of Kenya’s North Rift Valley. HealthRight partners with the Kenyan Ministry of Health, private health care providers, and local community-based organizations to respond to three areas of critical need.

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  • Kosovo

    Beginning in 1992, HealthRight’s work before, during, and after the war in Kosovo addressed critical gaps in health care: providing direct medical services and strengthening the overall health care structure through training, assistance in health strategy planning and surveillance, and provision of equipment and supplies. HealthRight projects focused on women’s wellness, deinstitutionalization of children with mental and physical disabilities, and improving TB control.

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  • Mexico

    In Mexico, HealthRight focused on maternal and child health and TB control in Chiapas, the poorest state in Mexico. HealthRight’s physician volunteers provided clinical services and training for the Hospital San Carlos, the only source of health care for thousands of poor, indigenous residents. HealthRight’s efforts improved TB case detection and treatment success rates while expanding TB knowledge in the municipalities of Altamirano, Sitalá, and Chilón in the Ocosingo jurisdiction.

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  • Nepal

    Following two massive earthquakes in April and May 2015, HealthRight partnered with the FSB Clinic in northeastern Kathmandu, which is delivering critical medical care to those most affected. HealthRight is donating medical and humanitarian supplies to aid in this effort. Please visit the DONATE page, if you would like to help. HealthRight continues to implement the maternal and infant health systems strengthening initiative in Arghakhanchi, Nepal, which began in 2009.

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  • Romania

    In Romania, HealthRight strengthened TB control efforts by training a network of lay health providers to promote directly observed treatment, helping develop a national TB education strategy, and working to expand treatment for vulnerable and high-incidence populations, such as recently released prisoners. HealthRight strengthened the capacity of Roma community-based health educators and mediators to provide education and advocacy in key health areas, such as TB and reproductive health.

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  • Russia

    From 1994 to 2013, HealthRight worked to address Russia’s burgeoning HIV epidemic, which most affected drug users and their partners, street children, and prisoners. HealthRight engaged those most excluded from medical services in counseling and care to meet their diverse and urgent needs, including HIV treatment and prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, as well as psychosocial services for survivors of child abuse and new foster families.

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  • Sri Lanka

    The devastating tsunami that struck South Asia and East Africa on December 26, 2004 claimed more than 31,000 lives in Sri Lanka and displaced over 500,000 people. The tsunami flattened homes and destroyed infrastructure that thousands of Sri Lankans relied on for health, education, and other social services.

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  • Ukraine

    In Ukraine, over 145,000 adolescents are housed in state institutions, while an estimated 50,000 children live on the streets of major cities. HealthRight engages street-involved, incarcerated, and institutionalized children and youth in comprehensive case management and health education, and enables access critical health care and social support, including HIV testing and treatment. In addition, HealthRight supports pregnant and parenting HIV-positive women, including those who use drugs, to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV and improve their access to healthcare and other supportive social services.

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  • United States

    Founded in the Bronx in 1993 by HealthRight International, the North Central Bronx Hospital and Montefiore Medical Center’s Social Medicine Residency Program, the HRC provides services to foreign-born survivors of torture by training health professionals to provide forensic evaluations and document signs of torture, providing forensic evaluations to over 350 survivors per year, and offering specialized case management services through our ASSIST program in Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Maine Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington.

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  • Viet Nam

    HealthRight International works with local partners in Vietnam to enable families, communities, and health professionals to meet the health and developmental needs of orphans and vulnerable children affected by HIV/AIDS, and to prevent child abandonment and institutionalization. HealthRight launched the first foster care pilot program in Vietnam, and currently trains social workers, para-social workers and law enforcement officers in child protection and violence prevention.

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