In developing countries, poor access to healthcare remains a public health crisis, leading to unnecessary illness and death
One Family Health (OFH) offers a sustainable solution to the problem of poor access to quality healthcare and helps under-served communities build health as an asset. Using a franchise model, OFH is building a network of primary care clinics that improve access to essential medicines and basic healthcare services in isolated communities. Owned and operated by skilled nurses, OFH clinics deliver high-quality care to treat and prevent the most common causes of community illness such as respiratory infections and parasites. OFH operates in Rwanda under a public-private partnership with the Ministry of Health
OFH’s mission is to improve access to quality essential medicines and basic healthcare services in isolated communities, using a sustainable business model to help underserved communities build health as an asset.