One of the major health challenges in Burundi is the unequal distribution of the quality of healthcare provision across the country.

The majority of health facilities and in particular those providing specialized care such as dental and eye care are located in urban zones (more than 80%) vs rural areas where such services are almost non-existent.

PEOPLE RECEIVE HEALTH INFORMATION PER YEAR
YOUNG PEOPLE BETWEEN 10-24 YEARS HAVE RECEIVED DIFFERENT SINCE INCEPTION SERVICES IN SRH
SERVICES WITH 6747 DENTAL CARE, 124528 EYE CARE AND 160200 IN SRH
OPHTHALMOLOGY SERVICES AT NATIONAL LEVEL WITH 39,94%

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Training on nutrition at HUB-IPROSARUDE
Training on nutrition at HUB-IPROSARUDE
Various training courses are offered at HUB-IPROSARUDE including computer training and entrepreneurship training. A training on nutrition has been prepared as well and was offered to youth of Gitega. For this training, two teams...
PEKA celebrates one year
PEKA celebrates one year
Polyclinique Espoir de Kayanza (PEKA) blew its 1st candle on February 15, 2020. It has been a year that medical and non-medical staff have been working to provide good quality care services to the...
Joint Program activities for March 2020
Joint Program activities for March 2020
Joint Program: Staff of Care Burundi and the Provincial Coaches 4 provinces (Bubanza, Cibitoke, Gitega and Kayanza) made a joint visit to meet the TWG and the directors of schools which belong to the...

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