Health is a public good and has direct effects on a range of socio-economic factors, including educational achievement, life expectancy and even household income. Healthy people life a better, more productive life. We work with rural health care partners, NGOs with an environmental scope, women groups, inventors and tech organisations to promote public health from a respiratory disease perspective.
Working with partners to understand respiratory risk
Anthropogenic risk factors
We build capacity of health partners in order to understand the ecosystem of human behaviour, respiratory infections, allergies, open fires and living circumstances.
The environment is a factor contributing to health
We work with environmental groups, women cooperatives, rural health institutes and others to ultimately achieve a preventative and holistic approach to medicine. We promote behavioural change through technology adaptation and introduction of better products into the markets.