Sustainable Community Healthcare


i4Life is an Irish based non-profit organisation, working among the marginalised communities in Lusaka. i4Life in partnership with the Ministry of Health delivers sustainable primary healthcare to the community in the Linda Compound, a township that is home to approximately 80,000 people.

Maura Moran, Katherine Farrell and Harriot of i4Life

Mentorship Program in the Healthcare Sector


Founded in 2009, i4Life has developed a cascade model of mutual sharing of knowledge and mentorship between health professionals in Ireland and Zambia. This facilitates bi-lateral learning and a deeper understanding of the challenges that marginalised communities in low and middle income countries endure. It is a model that embraces equality, diversity and cultural humility.

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