• Supporting Health Care

    Health Care Workers and Village Health Volunteers are the key to ensuring that health care is always available to those living in remote communities

Current Health Projects

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PNG Northern Beaches Village Health Volunteers (VHV) & Village Birth Assistants (VBA) Network

The development of a health volunteer network is critical to improving the health outcomes of communities in remote rural areas.

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Establishment of the Tufi Village Health Volunteer (VHV) Association

On our first Tufi District expedition in 2015, we met the only VHV in the district. It was his passion for his community that encouraged us to pursue and support this.

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Sponsorship of a Village Health Volunteer (VHV) to become a Community Health Worker (CHW)

Competent and dedicated staff are a key component in ensuring the Tufi Health Centre operates to capacity.

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Kokoda Track Community Healthcare Worker Development

No Roads Foundation roots began in 2012 on the Kokoda Track, engaging with local healthcare workers to train and mentor them. Ongoing training is a key to ensuring they have the skills to continue

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Myanmar Health Expeditions

The villagers in the target regions on Chin State are in urgent need of medical assistance. They are disadvantaged in an already poor country with limited basic services.

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Chin State Village Health Volunteers

NREF are training males and females from remote villages in Chin State to administer basic first aid and birthing assistance within these remote communities, while also distributing resources.

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