Partner with us to deliver impact for your communities

Delivering healthcare for the 52% of the world who can’t access it, is a big, bold ambition that we can’t do alone. Innovative partnerships and collaboration are at the heart of everything we do. We partner with organisations operating in rural communities who will benefit from reach52’s health services. This includes committed NGOs, socially-minded private sector businesses and other civil society organisations who share our purpose.

Collaborations allow reach52 and our partners to deliver more impact for more communities in more countries, achieving our common goals faster. Our work is underpinned by reach52’s digital health services and offline-first technology that can be implemented in any community on earth. Find out more below and get in touch if you're interested in partnering to connect more people to the health and financial services they urgently need.

Our growth partnership model works to develop and implement our digital health ecosystem for rural communities in LMICs:

  • Phase 1 – Set-up: Growth Partner recruits local network of health agents from target communities; facilitates trainings; equips with reach52 tech.
  • Phase 2- Community research and onboarding: Baseline data is collected; residents are signed-up to reach52 eHealth platform.
  • Phase 3 Campaign implementation: Implement campaigns focusing on community health promotion, population screening, and health worker upskilling. Campaigns may also include supporting a last-mile marketplace of micro-insurance and health products.

Target communities

  • As a sustainable social business model, reach52 is seeking to implement in rural communities where residents earn an average income of US $3-8/day.
  • We are seeking to engage households in the ‘missing middle’, who are earning just a bit too much to qualify for government social protection schemes, yet still face significant health access barriers.
  • Beneficiaries should also be living a significant distance from existing health and financial services, such as clinics, pharmacies and MFI branches.

Results-based funding and on-demand implementation

reach52 supports our growth partners through a result-based funding model. Unlike traditional grant-based funders, we fund our partners for specific outputs achieved, according to pre-agreed fees. This approach provides partners with scalable funding, and incentivizes impact. No upfront funding is provided. Rather, Growth Partners and Agents earn monthly revenue based on their quantified outputs during that period.

We are seeking growth partners capable of implementing health interventions on-demand. These organizations should lightly manage their network of reach52 rural agents in between programs, convening them to implement campaigns as required (typically for 6 – 12 month periods). While we seek to provide continuous funding for our growth partners, in practice this is not always possible and there may be gaps between campaigns.

Funding outputs will vary based on partner and geography, but may include compensation for activities such as:

  • Each local resident onboarded to eHealth platform (sign-up)
  • Each health worker trained
  • Each health screening delivered
  • Each health promotion engagement

Check out how our model works HERE 

Benefits to partners  

reach52 provides implementation partners with both financial and in-kind supports:

  • Performance-based sustainable funding channel
  • Free use of reach52’s eHealth platform
  • Training and ongoing implementation support
  • Support for project and 3rd party grant development


Benefit to Communities 

  • Reduced out-of-pocket spending and improved access to affordable medicines, consumer health products, and micro-insurance plans
  • Upskilling and digitisation of frontline Community Health Workers 
  • Micro-entrepreneurial opportunities for local women 


Implementation partners should conform to the following requirements: 

  • Projects to be implemented in Kenya, Indonesia, India, Cambodia, and Philippines. Currently also scouting organizations who can implement in South Africa, Tanzania, Bangladesh, and Pakistan.
  • Legally registered non-profit or for-profit organizations with existing community operations in rural regions, relationships with rural populations
  • A broad focus on providing supports/services relating to health, livelihoods; micro-entrepreneurialism, and/or rural development
  • Organisational experience or interest in implementing social business practices/models, and/or digital interventions is valued


Q2 application deadline: June 30, 2022

Applicants are encouraged to apply early, as applications will be assessed as received. Due to the anticipated volume of submissions, only successful applicants will be contacted for follow-up.

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