Young Adult (18-35)
North American (General)
North American (US General American - GenAM)
US African American
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poor access to quality healthcare and gender discrimination are issues faced by many around the world. We've seen this firsthand in the Kochi, a world area in eastern Ghana. World Health Collaborative is working to improve health and a Kochi by investing in the women of the region. We trained women to be community health promoters so they can spread health education throughout their communities. These women are kabocha Kelly women. Through their teaching, they improve the hygiene and sanitation of the communities, connect women's of family planning services, prevent birth complications, prefer patients with untreated diseases to local clinics and treat wounds in people's homes. They are educators, partners, connectors and leaders. We invest in the Kelly women because we believe they create health partnerships that will change their communities for generations to come. And we will continue to do so until every woman and child and the Kochi has the opportunities they deserve