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Why REMI East Africa?

Eighty-four percent (84%) of Ugandans live in rural areas with 67% of the population living in poverty.  The majority of these populations lack access to quality health care stemming from a number of issues such as lack of adequate investment in rural health systems, health workers shunning away from remote areas due to low pay, lack of incentives to retain health workers as well as poor working conditions.

REMI East Africa exists to increase access to quality healthcare for the most impoverished families with the rural and urban poor setting.

OUR MISSION

To increase access to quality healthcare for the most impoverished families; rural and urban poor by building a pool of quality healthcare workers, advocacy, health promotion, support innovation, empower women and girls and engage the community to avail them the healthcare they deserve.

OUR VISION

A world where everyone can access quality healthcare irrespective of their socioeconomic status or location.
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