It works to ensure that everyone in Africa has access to quality healthcare to create brighter futures, using a sustainable health model.
It focuses on the population and patients, opening medical centres to provide quality healthcare.
Its model is based on professionalisation of local people, reinforcing the medical centres with which they collaborate, as well as social and accessible prices for everybody and zero tolerance to corruption policy.
What countries does it work in?
It currently works in five countries in sub-Saharan Africa: Cameroon, Burkina Faso, Benin, Côte d'Ivoire and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
It began in 2007 with a centre that provided 80 consultations a day; now, the network of centres it works with more sees over 600,000 people.
Other information of interest
Sub-Saharan Africa bears 24% of the global burden of disease. However, it receives only 1% of global funding and has only 3% of the world's health employees.
Fundación Recover works hand in hand with its collaborators to ensure that nobody, in any country, needs to be afraid to be worried about falling ill if they cannot pay for medical care.