Pregnant women and newborn babies cannot receive medical and health protection. Ethnic minorities with AIDs delay treatment due to language barriers and lack of knowledge of AIDS. Families in slums do not have masks and soap during the severe epidemic. All this still happens among poor communities worldwide today, and living healthily is a luxury for them. Even though they may not die immediately, their health worsens daily due to insufficient medical resources, lack of hygiene knowledge, and a meagre salary.
CEDAR helps people experiencing poverty and hopes they can have a healthy life. We not only fund the establishment of community clinics in slums but also support partners to provide health and nutrition knowledge to poor communities, reducing the risk of spreading infectious diseases in the community and protecting the community’s health as a whole.