The value of volunteers in Timor-Leste: access to health and community empowerment

Local traine volunteers can breach the gap in providing critical help knowledge to their communities and ensure equitable access to heatlh services for all. Expanding Volunteeism improves global health investments and contributes towards achieving Universal Health Coverage. 

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