Across two impactful decades, NALA’s initiatives have achieved a remarkable average reduction of 90% in the prevalence of intestinal parasites within targeted communities. What sets us apart is not just the initial success, but the enduring impact – our follow-up assessments, conducted five years post-intervention closure, reveal sustained or further reductions in the prevalence of these diseases.
Diseases of poverty impact children’s ability to learn and go to school, hurting their future outcomes. By teaching hygiene habits and improving facilities, we can prevent these diseases early and make schools a healthier place for students to learn and grow.
NALA works with communities to shift their expectations on health. With an emphasis on local solutions, NALA trains community members on how to lead on health initiatives and be the architects of their own health
The biggest change comes from the highest level, the same is for the health of countries. NALA works with and for governments across the globe, supporting them in improved coordination, better resource utilization, and incorporation of our materials into national