Transforming Comprehensive Primary Healthcare in India
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Catalyse primary healthcare in India
Through this platform we aim to catalyse the comprehensive Primary Health Care movement and increase the amount of philanthropic, capital and social investment towards improving health outcomes thereby enabling systemic, long-term sustainable change and ensuring that everyone, irrespective of who they are, or where they live has access to quality comprehensive primary healthcare. The Platform will create an inclusive ecosystem and a one-stop-solution to achieve efficient and effective channelizing of financial, human, and intellectual resources to improve health outcomes in India through collaborative efforts.
HOW WE DO IT
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Engage the private sector for better health outcomes
The private sector could offer a solution to complement efforts of the Government to provide comprehensive primary healthcare delivery, given its greater service capacity, better responsiveness, managerial expertise, access to technology and innovation, supply chain management as well as investment and funding.
Mobilise resources for high-impact comprehensive primary healthcare solutions
Drive in philanthropies who would deploy capital and in-kind support through multi-year partnerships.
Unlock resources for building resilient health systems
Unlock new monies from existing philanthropies and inspire the new to unlock capital from Tier 2 -3 cities of India and direct them towards projects in Aspirational Districts and inspire the Diaspora giving.
Landscape of CPHC in Rural India
This program aims to transform, redesign and re-engineer primary health care (PHC) in India for provision of equitable, comprehensive and client-centered PHC that contributes to improved health outcomes for marginalized and vulnerable populations, including women and girls. The program supports creating a strong, responsive, accessible, sustainable and affordable PHC system that ensures effective delivery of reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health services and integrates quality services for control of tuberculosis. The program is working to ensure availability of a skilled workforce, create sustainable training ecosystems and improve health care infrastructure and responsive health systems at the national level and across 12 states (Assam, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura).
Core areas of support include: 1) providing technical assistance for rollout of the Government of India’s flagship Ayushman Bharat Health and Wellness Center program, which aims to achieve universal health coverage in India; 2) creating an ecosystem for designing, incubating and testing innovative solutions; and 3) fostering strategic partnerships between the public and private sectors to strengthen comprehensive PHC and ensure effective delivery of maternal and child health, family planning and tuberculosis services and the School Health and Wellness program.
Partner with us
Partner with premier institutions such as USAID, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare at National and State levels, and be a part of the efforts to transform the comprehensive primary healthcare and strengthen India’s response to COVID-19.
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