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HEATH LITERACY RESEARCH
This program is part of the Caroline Reynolds Foundation Innovation Fund
The Health Literacy Research Project is a study to examine ways of improving the understanding of health and medical information for illiterate patients. The current study is working in the rural areas in Kenya .
The problem being addressed is improving compliance with health care instructions including medication delivery. With most of the population of this region unable to read or write, the patients are unable to remember and fully comply with instructions.
To this end, the Health Literacy Research Project team is testing and designing a pictogram based standard set of common instructions. This includes when to take medicines and instructions on care.
Caroline Reynolds foundation views this program as a part of the larger issue of delivering health care to rural areas.
EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS AND PROGRAM-MES
Caroline Reynolds foundation believes in the education and sponsoring of bright and needy students the foundation being started in Kenya in the year 2011 we have so far sponsored 234 bright and needy students in Kenya to various public universities and also others in north American universities.
Caroline Reynolds foundations makes sure that each and every needy student and willing to extend his her education have a right to proper education for a better tomorrow.
In the country of origin of Caroline Reynolds foundation in California the foundation have assisted over 1200 needy students in high school, university, or college level to access their education with the aim of providing better life for the same.
POVERTY ERADICATION PROGRAM-MES
Caroline Reynolds foundation have assisted people from diverge backgrounds in united states the foundation have assisted in the provision of soft loans to complex loans with no interest rates when giving it back since its a non profit foundation, we do guide people after awarding them the loans but it must be noted that these people must produce a business plan which will meet the foundation eligibility criteria of been awarded the funds on the same. On this issue we do guide and train our beneficiaries of the loans to ensure that thy are successful in the business they wanna undertake.
In Kenya we have several beneficiaries of the same in our database who have completed their forms and we have seen them eligible for the soft loans to complex loans.
The foundation have also embarked on opening businesses for the poor though this strategy is not much rampant as it is newly introduced