We plan to reinvest part of our revenues in rural outreach community healthcare projects including mobile clinics.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) measures access to healthcare in terms of the number of doctors per 10,000 of population. Over 40% of WHO Member States report to have less than 10 medical doctors per 10,000 population. In many emerging markets the average number is less than 3.
Our mobile clinics are custom designed to meet the challenging environments of rural areas in emerging markets. Each unit is manned by a team comprising a qualified doctor and nurse practitioner, and equipped with a V-Sat telemetry communications system.
The mobile clinics will be based in underserved rural areas and will be capable of reaching several towns and villages regularly on a rotational basis. They will be fully equipped to deal with primary care consultations and vaccine programs.
Esprit is applying for charitable status for its mobile clinical service and will be its leading financial benefactor.
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