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Sadanah Foundation

If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change.

As a man changes his own nature, so does the attitude of the world change toward him. 

We need not wait to see what others do. 

 

-Mahatma Gandhi

5 Billion people across the globe lack access to safe surgical care

Road traffic injuries are expected to become the leading cause of death by 2020

90% of all deaths due to injury occur in low and middle income countries

One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world. 

~Malala Yousafzai

When it comes to global health, there is no them

 only us

-Global Health Council

The Constitution of the World Health Organization enshrines “…the highest attainable standard of health is a fundamental right of every human being.” The right to health includes access to timely, acceptable, and affordable, health care of appropriate quality.

AND YET...

OUR MISSION

The Sadanah Foundation aims to build sustainable access to health care and education in low resource settings by identifying, funding, and promoting grassroots organizations. 

 

Healthcare: a human right or a privilege ?

Healthcare around the world is efficiently inefficient.

The dominant burden of health problems is being endured by marginalized and vulnerable groups in societies.

Every individual has the right to access to healthcare and education. 

 

In education lies the solution to not only improving healthcare and health itself, but also improving the socioeconomic status and the resilience of vulnerable populations and societies in any low or high resource area.

U.S adults without a high school diploma can expect to die 9 years sooner than a college graduate.

Lower levels of maternal education equals higher maternal mortality

Over 6 million girls remain out of school around the world. To educate girls is to educate a family. One extra year of primary school increases a girls future wage 10 to 20%.