Advancing care through collaborative partnerships

At Medic, we collaborate with public and private implementing technical partners, local governments and communities, and Ministries of Health to work toward nationally adopted electronic Community Health Information Systems (eCHIS). eCHISs can increase efficiency and effectiveness of Community Health Workers (CHWs) providing doorstep care. 

The theme for UHC Day 2022 –  “Build the world we want: A healthy future for all” – comes at a critical moment where a lingering pandemic is not yet in the rearview mirror, yet we must also prepare for future, unknown challenges and continue to strengthen primary health care systems. While we recognize the incredible strides made in advancing healthcare for all over the past decade, we also know that to nationally scale locally led solutions, we need to double-down on collaborative, consortium-based partnerships, connecting like-minded people who aim to co-build solutions that can advance the reach of global digital goods, and ultimately provide better, faster, and more equitable care for last mile communities.

This year, we celebrate our key partners who have worked with Medic to enhance the Community Health Toolkit on a path to realizing SDG3 through technological innovation. Below are their voices;

 A healthy future would be one where health service delivery at all levels will be driven by technology for efficiency and effectiveness.

John Wanyungu
Deputy Head, Division of Community Health Services
Ministry of Health Headquarters- Kenya

Health care is a right and not a privilege.
Universal Health Coverage (UHC) means equitable access to quality and affordable health care regardless of age, gender, income or location. The inclusion of communities in building stronger health systems to achieve better health outcomes is a critical step towards achieving quality health care for all.

Doreen Baraza Awino
Health Systems Strengthening Director 
Lwala Community Alliance

A time when all people get inclusive, accessible and affordable health services without discrimination of ethnicity, religion and gender as well as health workers providing health services happily with sound behaviour and environment.

Ramjhi Shah
Health Post Incharge, Sonapur Health Post
Duhabi Municipality, Sunsari

All people have access to health services with proper information and communication.

Babita Dahal, FCHV, Marekatahare Health Post,
Mahalaxmi Municipality, Dhankuta

A healthy future for all is one where everyone, regardless of where they live or what they can pay, has access to high quality health care. Care is personalized, well-coordinated, and in line with best-practices, leading to longer lives and more equitable health outcomes globally.

Rachel Hofmann
Director of Strategy
D-Tree International
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