Feb 19, 2019

Our 2018 Annual Report is Here!

Integrate Health is thrilled to share with you our 2018 successes in our new, all-digital Annual Report, accessible here.

This year our women-powered, technology-driven, community-led work has literally doubled our reach. We have doubled the service area, the size of the population served, and the impact of our program.

And, we are only going to expand further from here.

From July 2017 to June 2018, we made 56,469 home visitstreated 7,976 children and started 1,173 women on family planning. In addition, true to our community-led creed we trained 170 traditional healers, equipped 43 community health workers, and held 348 community meetings.  You can learn more clicking the “Our Impact” section once you have accessed the Annual Report.

To access the Prezi, just click the “present” button on the screen to go to our primary navigation page. In the lower right-hand side of the screen, you will see a blinking right arrow, click it to move through the pages one by one or go directly to the section of interest by clicking on the corresponding button. We hope you enjoy the report and join with us in celebrating a year’s worth of accomplishments.

If you are interested in a .pdf version of the Annual Report, please click here to download


Nov 26, 2018

Highlights & Challenges for the First Quarter of 2019

Integrate Health exists to end preventable deaths in forgotten communities. By integrating professional Community Health Workers (CHWs) with improved care in public clinics, we are achieving lifesaving results. This report describes progress made over the past three months towards our ambitious goals. Integrate Health is pleased to share these “headlines” including successes and challenges, as well as output, outcome, and funding metrics to date. Please let us know if you have any questions or if we can expand upon any of the information provided in this report. Integrate Health is deeply grateful for your continued and generous support.  

Please read more here.


Aug 31, 2018

Launch in 5 New Clinics Doubles Access to Care

A couple weeks ago, Maman Boukari sat alone in her home holding her young son, Latifou, who was burning up with a high fever. She felt like she had no options, nowhere to go to get her son the care he needed.

Last week, all of that has changed.

Integrate Health, in partnership with the Togolese Ministry of Health, is thrilled to announce the launch of the Integrated Primary Care program in five new clinics serving 40,000 people in the District of Bassar in northern Togo.

Today Maman Boukari has a dedicated Community Health Worker to care for her children. Azoumi is a newly trained, professional Community Health Worker who serves the Boukari family, as well as 150 of their neighbors, in the rural village of of Kaliwadé near the Sanda-Afohou clinic.

Azoumi, thanks to the support of the Togolese Ministry of Health and Integrate Health, is equipped with a backpack that carries all of the tools she needs to provide lifesaving care to mothers and children in her community. Supervised by a qualified nurse and paid a fair salary, Azoumi has single-handedly brought access to healthcare to her community.

But Azoumi does not work alone. She is part of a team of 32 new Community Health Workers who were deployed last week across 101 villages in the Bassar District of Togo to begin providing lifesaving, home-based care.

These Community Health Workers work closely with the amazing clinic staff, nurses, and midwives across five clinics in the Bassar District. The staff of these five clinics recently completed an initial training and will receive ongoing clinical mentorship and supportive supervision from a trained nurse mentor. In addition, these clinics will overhaul their procurement systems to ensure all essential medications are always in stock. They will benefit from new equipment and infrastructure improvements. And most importantly, they will offer care free of charge to women and children under the age of five.

While this sounds like a big investment, this launch of Integrate Health’s model in five clinics in the Bassar District is a replication of the successful pilot implemented by Integrate Health and the Ministry of Health in the Kozah District over the past three years. This pilot proved that the entire package of services can have a dramatic impact on reducing mortality and can be delivered for only $10 per capita. As a result of this success, the Ministry of Health is partnering with Integrate Health to extend this approach to 200,000 people across five districts over the next three years.

The first step of this replication is underway. With the launch of five new clinics in the Bassar District last week, Integrate Health doubled the population it serves from 40,000 to 80,000 people. As a result, Maman Boukari has options. Now, when her son gets sick, she calls Azoumi, her Community Health Worker, or visits her clinic and know that she will receive quality care free of charge. Everything has changed for Maman Boukari and her family, thanks to your support. Join us in celebrating this momentous occasion: the expansion of lifesaving care to some of the most remote, rural communities in northern Togo and the beginning of a revolution in how healthcare is delivered throughout Togo and across Sub-Saharan Africa.


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