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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Statement: Last Mile Health Response to Loss of David Nyenatiee September 23, 2019

Posted on 09/24/2019

Statement: Last Mile Health Response to Loss of David Nyenatiee September 24, 2019 New York, NY – It is with deep sorrow that Last Mile Health acknowledges the loss of our colleague and friend David Nyenatiee on September 21 in Grand Bassa County, Liberia. At present, an investigation by local authorities is on-going and Last […]

Request for Proposals: Website Template Migration & Development

Posted on 09/22/2019

Summary: This request for proposals (RFP) is for design and development services for a new website for Last Mile Health. We invite vendors to submit proposals to revise our website design and organization while maintaining branding and visual identity. Vendors should recommended a CMS and approaches for the build, while Last Mile Health will provide […]

Within Reach: Last Mile Health’s New Four-Year Strategy

Posted on 09/10/2019

Founded in Liberia over a decade ago, Last Mile Health has witnessed the transformative impact that occurs when governments are supported to design, scale, strengthen, and sustain high-quality, community-based primary health systems. Now, as we launch a new four-year strategic plan, we hope to accelerate our impact as part of the growing global movement for […]

Reflections from a Frontline Health Worker: Integrated Community Health Systems Drive Better Health Outcomes and Save Lives

Posted on 09/04/2019

By Albertha Freeman, Community Health Nurse Supervisor in Liberia This blog was originally featured on Frontline Health Workers Coalition Albertha Freeman speaks during the World Health Assembly about her experiences as a nurse supervisor in Liberia’s National Community Health Assistant Program As a community health nurse supervisor in Gbarpolu County—one of the most remote, impoverished, […]

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