Updated Dec 14, 2020
Primary Care, Infectious & Vector Diseases and Non-communicable Diseases
Primary Care, Infectious & Vector Diseases and Non-communicable DiseasesSEE LESS
Uganda, Nicaragua and Honduras
Uganda, Nicaragua and HondurasSEE LESS
Many people in developing countries do not have access to good healthcare. While quality healthcare is available in the private setting, the majority of the population cannot afford the costs. The alternative, the underfunded public system, typically results in dangerous wait times, improper diagnosis and treatment, and limited access to needed services. Although services are officially free at government facilities, providers regularly request payment and drugs are costly.
By creating sustainable medical centers that offer affordable services, OneWorld Health is increasing accessibility to high-quality healthcare. We develop funding partnerships to build medical centers and subsidize operations during the startup period. Each medical center is opened with national staff who receive ongoing training, and we have an affordable pricing models that keeps prices low but results in 100% operational sustainability within 24 months of opening.
OneWorld Health employs more than 200 people around the world, with 10 based in Charleston, South Carolina. Our employees come from diverse backgrounds, but we all have one goal: to provide quality, affordable healthcare to the undeserved.
EXECUTIVE TEAM INCLUDES WOMEN