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Health equity is a cornerstone of universal health coverage – a world where all people have access to the right health services when and where they need them, without financial hardship. Addressing health inequity requires strengthening health systems. It calls on us to – redesign care delivery models to reach
Health systems, in their current forms, exclude people from care. However, a global network of 3.3 million Community Health Workers (CHWs) – committed and trusted members of the communities where they live and work – are an integral part of a new model of proactive and patient-centric care, one that
Building world class open source software is important in improving the quality of care in our communities. By ensuring that through this process, we focus on being people led, we are able to understand critical information from the onset thus focus on the right areas of improvement especially on user
Authored by: Philip Ngari, Program Manager, Medic Responding to community needs in Malawi Malawi is one of the countries with very high levels of poverty and also high HIV prevalence, with about one million people currently living with HIV. The country also has high under-five (39 per 1000 live births)
In rural communities around the world, community health workers (CHWs) have long been trusted providers of healthcare. Every day, CHWs cover long distances to make sure that all their neighbours – even the most remote – have access to health services. On this International Day of Rural Women, we celebrate