Our Programs

Resource Mobilization



We recognize that limited health literacy affects people of all ages, races, incomes, and educational levels, but the impact of limited health literacy disproportionately affects lower socioeconomic and minority groups. It affects people's ability to search for and use health information, adopt healthy behaviors, and act on important public health alerts.

Limited health literacy is also associated with worse health outcomes and higher costs. This, thus, calls for collaborative and innovative ways to empower people to access, understand, and use health information to improve their health standards.

Key Programs

Online doctor.A man talking to a doctor online on a computer on a desk in an office. Businessman consults a doctors conference. Online medical consultation.


Inviting doctors to provide
 health presentations and 
discussions on social media; 
Provide informational health 
materials on various health topics.


Organizing community health fairs in marginalized 
populations and/or where needs arise.


Encouraging healthcare providers to partner and
 engage in communal free health services.


Linking uninsured and underinsured 
individuals with the right healthcare providers.