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A Milestone Moment: GAIA Mobile Health Clinics Reach 3 Million Visits!

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We Believe

A person's health shouldn't be limited by where they live



of public nursing positions in Malawi are vacant, leaving the health infrastructure unable to support those in need



people live in rural areas beyond a walkable distance to a fixed health facility



of deaths In Malawi are due to preventable illness that better access to healthcare would address

We are filling the gaps in the healthcare grid

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With GAIA’s support, the number of people living with HIV on life-saving antiretroviral therapy in Malawi more than tripled, AIDS-related deaths have decreased by 68% since 2010, and malaria deaths in children have been cut in half since 2006.

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Local • Sustainable • Holistic

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Meet One of Our Clients

“I am proud of this [fellowship] experience because I helped save the life of a mother and I am looking forward to saving more lives. The fellowship has helped to boost my confidence, I have been able to learn from colleagues in times when I am in doubt, I have learned about teamwork, and I have been able to financially support my children and family.” - Thokozire Shaba

Thokozire, a nurse/midwife in GAIA’s nursing fellowship program, was a mother of three when her father encouraged her to pursue her nursing dreams. Thokozire is one of 196 nursing fellows GAIA has supported to date. 

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A Milestone Moment: GAIA Mobile Health Clinics Reach 3 Million Visits!

The first GAIA Elizabeth Taylor Mobile Health Clinic (MHC) was launched in Malawi in 2008 with seed funding from The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation (ETAF). 15 years since program launch, the mobile clinics have now reached 3 million client visits, a banner moment for the program and its reach.

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