Teen Health To Go.
The Mobile Adolescent Health Van program, a project of The Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, provides comprehensive health services for more than 8,000 uninsured and/or homeless youth throughout San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.
Reducing Asthma Mortality.
The Central Valley Asthma Project has launched an innovative software platform to monitor the alarming rise of asthma in Fresno County and direct health services to children with the most severe cases. The Global Health Research Foundation, in partnership with the Fresno County Asthma Coalition, seeks to reduce asthma mortality, which is higher in the Central Valley than anywhere else in the country.
Understanding Food Choices.
The Nourish educational initiative addresses food and sustainability issues and the childhood obesity epidemic through curriculum-based media, education and service learning for teachers and students in schools and communities in Santa Clara county.
Scalable Solutions for Global Health.
San Francisco-based Global Aids Interfaith Alliance to deploys mobile health clinics (MHC) for children in Malawi, providing more than 80,000 well-child check-ups, malaria diagnosis and treatment, perinatal care, HIV and TB testing and counseling, and other critical services.