We partner with government and local communities to strengthen the public health system in Ifanadiana District, creating a model of universal health coverage for the country and beyond.
In 2014, when Pivot started, 1 in 7 children in Ifanadiana District died before the age of 5, almost half of whom were not vaccinated. Health facilities lacked trained staff, medicines and basic infrastructure. And women faced a 1 in 14 chance of dying in childbirth.
From delivering babies to shoring up infrastructure, driving ambulances, and accompanying patients through care – our approach to helping people survive and thrive is comprehensive, collaborative, and dynamic.