Each year millions of people die from preventable and treatable diseases. Most of these unfortunate victims are children. While some research is done to prevent or to find a cure for the world’s biggest diseases, such as tuberculosis and malaria, resources are scarce.
The bottom line is that more could be done to save the victims of these diseases.
The Didier Rault Foundation believes that in the 21st century, people should not be dying from preventable and treatable diseases. Our Global Health Initiative focuses on two main aspects of this problem:
Access to medicine, vaccines and other tools to combat these diseases that are so common in developing countries; Supporting research into effective, practical and affordable solutions to these global killers.
The Didier Rault Foundation is committed to stopping the millions of unnecessary and tragic deaths that occur each year because medicine or vaccines weren’t available, or because children didn’t have access to clean drinking water. The Foundation spends a significant portion of its resources on this ongoing issue, but believes that someday, it will no longer be necessary.