emerge poverty free


Project Rural Health Care


In Burundi one in five young people die before the age of 5, and the annual government spending on healthcare equates to less than $1 per person. This very poor country has insufficient resources to maintain its healthcare system, so its population, especially those in the rural areas, miss out.

Every year emerge poverty free ships many thousands of pounds worth of high quality pharmaceuticals to Burundi and oversees their distribution through trusted and reliable health centres. In addition, we partner with Burundian organisations who work directly at those health centres. This all helps to ensure that no one is turned away from treatment because they are too poor.

Project Rural Health Care News


Rising living costs in Burundi


Feeding Hungry Infants in Gitega Burundi

Other Aspects of Rural Health Care Project


Nutrition Centre