H4O for Health Improvements
In Madagascar , most deaths are still linked to preventable diseases.
H4O long-term prevention programmes aim to improve public health conditions as well as respond to global outbreaks of life-threatening WASH related diseases such as cholera, typhoid fever, hepatitis and COVID-19.
H4O maximises its projects’ impact on people’s health by combining Hardware & Software interventions. It means that we are determined to reduce the burden of preventable diseases not only by building infrastructure but also by empowering individuals, schools and communities with knowledge to trigger behavioural change and to create demand for services.
Projects are implemented in an integrated way to improve health conditions and kickstart community development.