T4D HEALTH

Across the developed world, a small percentage of children & their mothers die from basic diseases, lack of maternal health facilities and diarrhea.

In developing countries millions of people are dying needlessly from diseases and conditions such as weak maternal health, malaria, diarrhea and malnutrition due to extreme poverty and a lack of basic health services, sanitation and treatments.

Nonexistent and poor sanitation solutions, accelerates the spread of diseases and poor infrastructure and lack of basic medical transportation contributes to the suffering and high death rates on the Africa continent.



  • T4D is able to supply high quality, Vitamin and Mineral formulation packs to Governments, Aid Agencies and the Private Sector for Food Fortification and Nutritional Programs throughout the developing world. All products are manufactured, packaged and distributed via a GMP Facility to the highest International standards.
     
  • “Everyday more than 8,000 children die from preventable under nutrition related causes. This neglected issue is the largest contributor to child mortality worldwide, underlying 45% or 3.1 million deaths a year” Global Nutrition for Growth Compact, UK Aid from the British People
     
    • “Across the world, 165 million, or 1 in 4 children under 5 years of age are stunted and 80% of those live in just 14 countries” Global Nutrition for Growth Compact, UK Aid from the British People
    • “When children are healthy and productive their families, communities and countries become stronger” Scaling Up Nutrition
    • “In pregnant women, under nutrition increases the chances of dying due to pregnancy complications and of delivering an underweight baby” Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. 




  • “On 8th June 2013 world leaders including Scaling Up Nutrition came together to sign a global compact that will prevent at least 20 million children from being stunted and save at least 1.7 million lives by 2020. The Global Nutrition for Growth Compact was endorsed by stakeholders, including development partners, businesses, scientific and civil society groups.” Scaling Up Nutrition
    • “1 in 4 child deaths could be prevented by scaling up proven nutrition interventions” Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
    T4D have partnered with MJ Labs whom manufacture and distribute high quality vitamins and minerals in South Africa for easy distribution to Developing Countries via a reliable Supply Chain 

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  • How Do We Deliver The Solution?
    • Logistics
    • Freight Consolidation
    • In Country Partners, SACCOs, Organisations
    • Agency Partners
    • Global Network Of Alliance / Supply & Buy
    • Risk Assessment & Management
    • Micro Finance
    • Skills Development & Transfer Programs
    • Entrepreneurial & SME Development
    • Reporting And Feedback


  • T4D deliver a World First - Sanitation Solutions that have 16 x the flexural strength and is 10 x lighter than concretefor easy installation in Rural Communities, Informal Settlements, Disaster Areas of Refugee Camps. This Composite Material is heat and abrasion resistant and can easily be relocated if needed and is installed in 15 minutes by local unskilled labour creating job opportunities in the process.

  • “40% of the world’s population – 2.5 billion people – practice open defecation or lack adequate sanitation facilities, and the consequences can be devastating for human health and the environment” Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
    • “Adequate Sanitation is crucial for Poverty Reduction, Crucial for Sustainable Development, and crucial for achieving any and every one of the Millennium Development Goals” Ban Ki – moon, UN Secretary General
    • “The Millennium Development Goals include a target of halving, by 2015, the proportion of the population without sustainable access to basic sanitation. With 2.6 billion people – half of the population in developing regions – still without access to improved sanitation, the target is lagging far behind, and without urgent and concerted action globally it will be out of reach.”UNICEF
    • “Globally, diarrhoea is the leading cause of illness and death, and 88 per cent of diarrhoeal deaths are due to a lack of access to sanitation facilities, together with inadequate availability of water for hygiene and unsafe drinking water” UN Water
    • “In Sub-Saharan Africa, treating diarrhoea consumes 12 percent of the health budget. On a typical day, more than half the hospital beds in are occupied by patients suffering from faecal-related disease” UN Water
    • “Every 20 seconds a child dies as a result of poor sanitation” UN Water
  • “Improved Sanitation – including waste treatment and resource recovery – is essential to a healthy and sustainable future for cities and rural communities in the developing world”

    The T4D Sanitation - Composite Panels is a World First with the following characteristics:

    • 98% green build.
    • Flexural strength (16 times that of concrete products).
    • Lightweight (10 times lighter than concrete products). 
    • Sizeable transport savings due to lightweight product. 
    • Simple, efficient and fast construction time (approximately 15 min).
    • High impact resistance. 
    • Zero percent moisture absorption. 
    • Easy to relocate if required.  
  • How Do We Deliver The Solution?
    • Logistics
    • Freight Consolidation
    • In Country Partners, SACCOs, Organisations
    • Agency Partners
    • Global Network Of Alliance / Supply & Buy
    • Risk Assessment & Management
    • Micro Finance
    • Skills Development & Transfer Programs
    • Entrepreneurial & SME Development
    • Reporting And Feedback


  • When we couldn't find a suitable product on the market, T4D in Collaboration with MARSHIN CONSORTIUM developed a custom built, Strong, Powerful, Affordable, Reliable and Economical Transport Solution for Developing Countries that can be used for Health Services, Disaster Response, Agricultural Purposes, Data Collection and Distribution of Information. 



  • “Every year, complications from pregnancy and childbirth claim the lives of nearly 300,000 women and permanently disable many more, mostly in developing countries. In addition, more than 2.6 million babies are stillborn, another 2.9 million die before they are a month old” Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
    • “The lack of adequate and affordable transport is being increasingly acknowledged as a key barrier for women to access health facilities with appropriate emergency obstetric care. This happens particularly in remote rural areas of sub-Saharan Africa, where geographical contexts are challenging (poor rural roads, mountainous terrain, areas isolated during the rainy season), distances are long (between communities and health facilities or between the different levels within the health system) and the availability of transport is limited (transport in general and transport for medical emergencies in particular)” Maternal Health Task Force
    • “The long distances between people’s homes and any health facilities is one of the main weaknesses in our Health system. In the rural areas it is an average of 5 to 10 kilometers for someone to walk to the nearest health facility. That’s a daunting problem, consider a women whose pregnant, is in labour.
      Prof. David Mwakyusa, Tanzania Health Minister
    • Women who attempt to reach labour facilities will sometimes give birth on their way due to the long distance, and then will often return home instead of continuing on to the clinic. 


  • The Vehicle had to have the following characteristics to be suitable for harsh rural conditions: 

    S.P.A.R.E.

    STRONG – Chassis, Suspension, and overall Design
    POWERFUL – Engine 
    AFFORDABLE – Purchase and maintenance cost 
    RELIABLE – Able to work in tough conditions inc rural roads & cope with muddy terrain
    ECONOMICAL – To maintain, low fuel consumption, 5000km service intervals & availability of spare parts. 
     

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  • How Do We Deliver The Solution?
    • Logistics
    • Freight Consolidation
    • In Country Partners, SACCOs, Organisations
    • Agency Partners
    • Global Network Of Alliance / Supply & Buy
    • Risk Assessment & Management
    • Micro Finance
    • Skills Development & Transfer Programs
    • Entrepreneurial & SME Development
    • Reporting And Feedback