Our Global Child Health team has worked in low-income countries since 2009. We implement sustainable improvements in the availability and quality of child health care, with a focus on strengthening secondary care in district hospitals or their equivalents.
We recruit and prepare doctors, nurses and midwives for placements in hospitals in a low income-countries, where they help improve the clinical knowledge and overall quality of care for mothers, newborns and children. Our main focus is to build system-level support, working across hospitals and health facilities and to provide classroom training and long-term mentorship to health professionals.
We've placed more than 100 clinicians in our programmes across a range of low-resource settings. We currently run programmes in Myanmar, Rwanda and Sierra Leone, including our Global Links Programme and also provide shorter-term technical, programmatic and policy support with a wider global footprint.
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