Our outreach teams
Our provision of family planning through mobile outreach brings services closer to rural poor women and young people, and helps to reach underserved clients, such as new family planning users.
Our outreach teams travel to the hardest-to-reach areas to provide contraception and family planning services in high-need, low-access communities. The teams visit an average of 18 government health facilities per month.
The teams consist of a mix of medical doctors, assistant medical officers, nurses, a drivier and clinical officers from the district authority.
Closer linkages with local health authorities usually helps our outreach sites to be carefully selected by both parties we're reaching areas where the need is greatest.
Reaching underserved groups with our services has the great potential to contribute to national and global targets of reducing maternal mortality.