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Value to Stakeholders

Value Legend: 

We implement a methodical four step process that allows us to start small by building key, healthy relationships that likely lead to a water well pilot being implemented by a team of local contractors which may, in many cases, lead to construction of a health clinic operated by local staff that we train and upskill.

 

In this way, we manage risk and facilitate an impact on a variety of key stakeholders that overflows in a community-wide reinforcing manner. We are intentional about each of the stakeholders that we intend to impact and have specific long and short-term measures to guide our activities.

Social
Environmental
Governance
Patients
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Value to Stakeholders

  • ​Access to delivery services (including cesarean)

  • Routine health issues do not become life altering

  • Empower women (and men) toward family planning / create opportunities to stay in school/work

How we Measure

  • Short Term: # of clinics, improved outcomes, improved access to family planning services, % of clinics profitable

  • Long Term: increase childhood survival; decrease childhood & maternal mortality

Communities
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Value to Stakeholders

  • Reliable access to basic health services

  • Stabilze communities for sustainable economic growth

  • Increased safety and productivity through access to clean water within a reasonable distance

  • Ambulance services to transport complicated cases and collaborate with referral network

How we Measure

  • Short Term: # of wells, # of people gaining access to clean water

  • Long Term: Reduction in community based disease, change in distance to clean water; increase childhood survival; decrease childhood & maternal mortality

  • Reduction in carbon emmissions through long term demographic shifts
  • Community responsibility for ethics and safety
Local Partners
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  • Financial stability without dependence on donations through renewable resources

Value to Stakeholders

  • Enable bi-directional knowledge transfer and collaboration
  • Enhance and extend impact in distressed communities

How we Measure

  • Short Term:  # of clinics  with license to operate; # of clinics w/ license to import medicine; maintenance of licensure for clinics

  • Long Term: overall clinic / well / community security; % of partnerships with joint commitment on operating principles

Providers, Staff & Clinic
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Value to Stakeholders

  • Education, occupation and upskilling opportunities (health/admin/solar)

  • Access to safe, consistent housing

How we Measure

  • Short Term: % of providers in active training programs; # of trained providers still providing care, # utilization of housing

  • Long Term: % visits; % clinics meeting regular expenses; % clinics profitable

  • Financial stability without dependence on donations through renewable resources
Champions
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Value to Stakeholders

  • Near-term measureable returns on social capital investments with a platform for systemic change
  • Provide platform for meaning and significance

How we Measure

  • Net Promoter score; # increase in attract, involve, engage, grow, network

  • Provide platform for meaning and significance