Geography and Universal Health Care

What does geography have to do with health? A Malagasy-lead study by PIVOT Madagascar researcher Dr. Felana Ihantamalala details how understanding geography can “optimize local interventions” and help achieve universal health care in rural areas. “One of the most challenging barriers to achieving UHC in Madagascar is geography, where 60% of the population lives more […]

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PIVOT works in partnership with communities in resource-poor areas by combining accessible and comprehensive healthcare services with rigorous scientific research to save lives and break cycles of poverty and disease. PIVOT integrates data with healthcare programs to measure the impact on the population they serve, produce knowledge for improving and scaling the model, and advance […]

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