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Health-PACT volunteers—mostly medical students—work globally to bring quality healthcare to communities with limited resources.
Hospitals in developing countries fight to provide high-quality care despite inadequate equipment and infrastructure.
Health-PACT volunteers develop and help implement strategic plans such as improving water availability and hospital hygiene in a water shortage.
Health-PACT strategists, program developers, and partners collaborate with local partners and hospital representatives to identify the interconnected issues affecting overall community health, then design programs to address them.
Health-PACT's WHO-compliant hand sanitizer has increased hand hygiene compliance by 26% among physicians and 41% among nurses, and its water quality testing program has made available non-sterile water three times cleaner.
Our mission is to close the gap between what is possible in medicine and what is available in resource-limited communities.
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