Minority tribes living in remote areas of developing countries in Asia are particularly disadvantaged in terms of access to healthcare. Takeda will conduct this program in partnership with Save the Children Japan in Myanmar, Vietnam, and Laos.
Photos by Save the Children.
The program aims to improve healthcare access and quality for minority populations in Asia. Working in close collaboration with the relevant health authorities, the program will provide 150,000 local residents, including 40,000 women and children in ethnic minorities, with health education, training, and services over five years.
PARTNER: Save the Children Japan
BUDGET: 250 million yen
TERM: 5 years
AREA: Myanmar, Vietnam, Laos