Healthcare that runs deep.
Since 2003, our expert healthcare teams have worked closely with governments, donors, implementers and the private sector in over 20 countries on all major continents to support existing service delivery, and to deliver direct services that improve healthcare in underserved nations.
We’ve driven this through deployed human effort, delivering key services across a range of health challenges. We’ve developed novel processes. We’ve honed innovative mechanisms. We’ve empowered staff. Most of all, we’ve ensured access for the populations served.
Since 2005, and in partnership with USAID PEPFAR and the Department of Health, we have been working towards achieving HIV epidemic control in South Africa. Today, our expert teams are working side-by-side as an extended force of 500 professionals (nurses, doctors, data capturers and public healthcare experts) to implement and create action around eradicating HIV.
From 2012-2018, through BroadReach supported programs:
- Over 5.5 million people were tested for HIV
- More than 530,000 people are on HIV treatment
- 93% of those on treatment were virally suppressed
The change we are actioning is guided and coordinated using the intelligent operating system, Vantage. It offers both the informational context and proven workflow actions to consistently implement high-impact programs at scale. We are proud implementing partners of APACE.
Our partners past and present
Support for the Development of National Clinical Protocols and quality assurance standards in the national healthcare system.
Research support and findings on the development, feasibility and acceptability of an Internet-based STI–HIV prevention intervention for young Chilean women. In partnership with USAID and UNICEF.
Driving an HIV Workplace Education Program and Diabetes Environment Mapping (as part of the Medicines for Malaria Venture). In partnership with Standard Chartered Bank and Novo Nordisk.
Providing Support and Technical Assistance Resources while promoting HIV Intervention best practices through a range of multimedia tools for AIDSTAR. In partnership with USAID and John Snow Inc.
Improving supply chain management and commodity security to further community-level patient education and materials for antiretroviral therapy (ART). In partnership with USAID and MSH.
Developing and implementing a Management Skills and Leadership Development Program for GFATM (Global Fund to Fight, AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria). In partnership with UNDP.
Management and leadership training for healthcare professionals with successful transition to national stakeholders. In partnership with The Merck Company Foundation, USAID and Abt Associates.
One of the largest PEPFAR partnerships, we have contributed to various initiatives. providing technical assistance and direct service delivery to improve HIV treatment, prevention and care. BroadReach is currently an implementing partner on APACE. In partnership with USAID.
AIDS, Population & Health – Integrated Assistance (APHIA) Plus – Northern Arid Lands. APHIAplus Northern Arid Lands covered eight counties in Kenya and focused on increasing the use of quality health services, products and information. BroadReach lead the development of public-private partnerships; innovations to improve and expand facility-based HIV/AIDS, TB, reproductive health, malaria, and maternal and child health services; and innovations to expand community to facility linkages. In partnership with USAID Kenya, African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) (Prime).
Regional Action Through Data (RAD) Program
Benin, Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde, Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Togo, Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Djibouti
BroadReach drives a strategic initiative to improve maternal and child health care delivery across East and West Africa. We develop data-analytics capability at strategic regional health and development institutions, commencing with the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), and the West African Health Organization (WAHO) and their respective 22 member states. We are building an evidence-based foundation for decision-making by changing
how and why data is collected, analysed and used to maximise the impact of policies, programs and development investments for populations in need.