150-200,000 BABIES ARE BORN WITH CLUBFOOT WORLDWIDE EACH YEAR
On His Path is taking a role in fighting clubfoot worldwide via The Ponseti® Kids initiative. We now partner with seven public hospitals in El Salvador as well as other not for profit organizations and in due course will be reaching to support in other regions of the world.
We are not alone in that the Ponseti® Kids initiative brings together and strengthens the work of organizations around the world involved in the prevention of disability caused by untreated clubfoot. Working in tandem with these strategic relationships we focus on the following: delivery of clubfoot health care, grant funding for education efforts, and funding of medical supplies & equipment.
On His Path’s three main activities are:
CLUBFOOT HEALTH CARE
Clubfoot is a common defect causing feet to turn upwards or inwards, making it hard or impossible to walk. However, this problem can be solved. On His Path provides support to clinics in order to deliver proper treatment to children born in developing countries with this defect. On His Path also supports the education of families whose children are going through the treatment, which is crucial for ensuring every child stays healthy.
GRANT FUNDING TO NGO FOR CLUBFOOT EDUCATION
On His Path awards grants to non-profit organizations aiming at helping children with clubfoot and providing healthcare education in communities in developing countries. Through the grant program, On His Path finds sustainable organizations that demonstrate real results and address important issues concerning children’s health. We look for non-profits whose aims and interests match our programs, mission, location and population served.
MEDICAL SUPPLY AND EQUIPMENT DONATIONS
On His Path is a responsible provider of foot braces, medical equipment, and supplies to developing countries around the globe. This medical equipment On His Path delivers to resource-limited communities in low-resource countries make treatments possible, ensure better outcomes of health care and save lives.