In 2014, The Center of Hope proposed programming for Mobile Clinics. A medical team would travel to the rural villages where people did not have access to health care. During these visits, the team performed a number of health screenings, administered malaria and HIV testing, and treated various diseases. The medical professionals would check vital signs, weigh children, and perform basic check-ups. They would tend to those extremely ill and transport them to the hospital if necessary.
The team noticed when they returned to many of these communities that someone in the village often would have taken ownership of the healthcare of the community. This individual would display a red cross at their house, which symbolized that all could come to them for reliable health-related advice.
The medical team also hosted educational seminars focusing on basic prevention. They would teach the community the importance of nutrition, clean water, bed nets, HIV prevention, etc. They would monitor pregnant mothers and encourage first time mothers to deliver their babies in the hospital. And with each visit they would be greeted by the entire community ready to learn more.