Supported by the Bayer Foundation, the ARCTEC team at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) is expanding its ‘Healthy home, healthy family’ mobile communication programme to Malawi to help fight malaria during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you live in a slum, healthcare tends to be unavailable, unaffordable and low quality. Social enterprise “Access Afya” wants to turn the tide. It runs 15 high-quality Primary Health Care clinics in Greater Nairobi, and with the help of Bayer Foundation will now scale their offering.
Bayer Foundation is uniquely positioned at the interface between science and social innovation - two of the key drivers when it comes to reaching a World with Health for All and Hunger for None. The Foundation’s first Report, sheds a light on our work and key achievements.
For the first time, Bayer Foundation is launching a Women Empowerment Award. With this award, Bayer Foundation wants to empower women as key change makers and help female entrepreneurs generate social impact in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Ivorian Children celebrating Christmas at their newly opened school
Santa Claus travelled far this year. The children of Nzikpli Sessokro, a small town in the middle part of Ivory Coast, received their version of the good old man in the heart of their town; at their newly rehabilitated school.