The Ladybug Project works with local communities, healthcare workers and volunteers in Equatorial Guinea, Madagascar and Ghana to establish health and education initiatives. Ladybug works to improve the availability and quality of healthcare in Equatorial Guinea by increasing training opportunities, alleviating basic supply needs and empowering healthcare workers. Ladybug focuses on identifying specific community challenges and facilitating the creation of long term, sustainable solutions, including establishing a Rural Teachers Network in Madagascar, AIDS education and awareness programs for youth in Ghana, and the Malabo Heath Initiative in Equitorial Guinea.
How We Helped
Funds from Charity Pot supported the Bioko Island Health Care and Education Initiative in Equatorial Guinea, helping to establish a sustainable, locally driven health care network.