mothers2mothers is an African Primary Health Care organization that employs women living with HIV as community health workers across 10 African nations. These “Mentor Mothers” deliver integrated health services at clinics and in communities to ensure everyone, everywhere has access to the services they need to be healthy and stay in care. Over the next five years, this proven, peer-led model is being scaled up to double down on ending HIV, as well as to tackle new health challenges and reach more people—all with the aim of building a fairer, healthier future. The employment of local women as community health workers means that we are delivering a model that prioritizes health care for families who need it most, delivered by women who know them best.
Living Goods saves lives at scale by supporting digitally enabled community health workers who deliver care on call – making it easy for families in low- and middle-income countries to get the care they need. To achieve this, we leverage smart mobile technology and real-time data to optimize outcomes, performance, and accountability. We work closely with governments and partners to strengthen national community health systems. We ensure health workers are effectively compensated, suevised and equipped. We nimbly innovate to deliver the greatest health outcomes at the lowest cost. And we always aim for national scale, co-creating financing solutions to make universal health coverage a reality.