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Supply chain support

MENTOR supports supply chains in countries to make sure essential medical supplies reach remote areas which are not served by existing systems.

World Health Day 2023

MENTOR works in countries with the highest disease burden and where millions of people are at risk of sickness and death. In these complex humanitarian crises, innovative and integrated solutions help to ensure health really is for all. Some of the ways we deliver healthcare and disease control to hard-to-reach populations: For more details please […]

Primary Healthcare in the community

The MENTOR Initiative provides life-saving primary healthcare for displaced, vulnerable and hard to reach communities through the training and support of Community Health Workers (CHWs). In the past year we have trained and provided support to over 3,000 community health workers across our programmes in Central African Republic, Mozambique, Angola, Syria and Venezuela. Community health […]

Ukraine Emergency Response update May 2022

Mentor at work

For nearly 20 years The MENTOR Initiative has responded to global humanitarian emergencies by delivering evidence-based disease control to saves lives and reduce suffering. Now, MENTOR is focusing its unique skillset to lead and manage the procurement, supply and distribution of medical supplies and medicines to assist with the conflict in Ukraine. A team of […]

Ukraine Emergency Response: March 2022

MENTOR Team meeting with health officials in Ukraine

Since the start of the conflict in Ukraine in February 2022, more than 3.55 million people have crossed into neighbouring countries[1], with an additional 2 million people internally displaced within Ukraine. This is, according to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, the fastest growing refugee crisis in Europe since World War II[2]. In […]