Local Healthcare Worker

Healthcare worker teaching programme

Many of the regions in which Critical Care International’s clients operate suffer from high burdens of disease and poor healthcare infrastructure, with the majority of resources confined to major cities.

Community Consultations

Community Consultations 

As an extension to an existing programme, Critical Care International offered to provide advice for cases in which community nurses required like guidance.

Local Nurse Education

Local Nurse Education

Critical Care International initiated a shadowing rotation at a mine site medical facility for nursing students who study a three year nursing program to earn their diploma.


Water, sanitation and hygiene

If simple measures of hand washing, using clean water, and eliminating open defecation were adopted is anticipated that millions of deaths from diarrhoea, pneumonia and parasites may be prevented across Africa.

Multiagency Engagement

Regional facilitators for multiagency engagement

Parts of rural West Africa suffer from poverty, malnutrition, inadequate sanitation as well as limited access to appropriate health care and education.

Blood donation

Blood Donation

Critical Care International and the Malian National Blood Bank undertook a combined occupational health HIV screening and community healthcare project by successfully organising the largest blood donation exercise in Malian history.

New-born Life Support

New Born Life Support

The Critical Care International community healthcare needs assessment identified fatal deficiencies in the training of local nurses and midwives with regards to their care of new-born children.

Childhood Malnutrition

Child Malnutrition

Malnutrition remains a high priority issue across sub-Saharan Africa. Critical Care International worked with a client community development team designed a project to address child malnutrition in the local communities.

Community Healthcare

Community Healthcare, Africa

Our client was operating in an area of Mali that suffered from short life expectancy, high disease burden and limited medical infrastructure.