All people deserve access to lifesaving healthcare

Worldwide, more than one billion people lack access to healthcare due to distance. Community health workers have the power to change this by bringing lifesaving care to the doorsteps of those living at the last mile.

Our story begins in the remote communities of Liberia’s rainforest, and our vision is global: a health worker for everyone, everywhere, every day.

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Request for Proposal for Supply of Payroll Software

Posted on 06/11/2018

Ref No: LMH-HR-SPS-001-2018 Issue date: June 4, 2018 Deadline: June 19, 2018 Time: 4:00pm, GMT Submit tender to: Tender Selection Committee Last Mile Health, Congo Town, Monrovia, Liberia Email: tender@lastmilehealth.org Section I: Organizational Background & Purpose of Request A) Overview & Background Founded by survivors of Liberia’s civil war, Last Mile Health’s mission is to […]

Paying and investing in last-mile community health workers accelerates universal health coverage

Posted on 05/22/2018

This op-ed was originally posted to the BMJ Opinion by Dr. Wilhelmina Jallah, the Minister of Health of the Republic of Liberia, Dr. Francis Kateh, the Chief Medical Officer/Deputy Minister of Health of the Republic of Liberia, and Dr. Raj Panjabi, the Chief Executive Officer of Last Mile Health and Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School. Illness is universal, […]

Press Release: Empowering 50,000 Community Health Workers with Digital Tools by 2021 — Living Goods and Last Mile Health Revealed Plans for The Audacious Project at Annual TED Conference

Posted on 04/11/2018

[VANCOUVER, April 11, 2018] It was revealed today that a joint initiative between Living Goods and Last Mile Health – two organizations working to make healthcare available to all through mobile technology – is part of the first class of The Audacious Project. Replacing what was formerly known as the TED Prize, which annually provided […]

Ten Years of Firsts

Posted on 12/29/2017

When a woman in your neighborhood needs care during pregnancy, how long does she have to travel to be seen by a nurse or a doctor? When we started our work in Gboe District, Liberia it was common for pregnant women to deliver at home because there was no clinic or hospital anywhere in the […]

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