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Strengthening Public Health Care System

A well-functioning health system ensures equitable access to essential medical products and services, vaccines and technologies of assured quality, safety, efficacy and cost-effectiveness, and their scientifically sound use. To improve quality of health services the focus will be on partnering with organisations, furnishing gap funds to build systems.

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Supporting Vaccination

Reaching and sustaining universal coverage requires good integration with the broader health system and investments in immunization outcomes is indispensable. RAF will partner with national and sub national governments to support their immunization campaigns.

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Supporting State’s health intervention

RAF will identify vital interventions and assist governments in their delivery and implementation. These interventions aim to improve population health or reduce health inequities.

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Extending Access through Mobile Healthcare

The Foundation will organise medical camps for beneficiaries who are remotely located and provide them easy access to the benefits of a health care center. By doing this, it is possible to diagnose the early stages of health issues and provide emergency care.

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Improved Adolescent Health care

It is necessary to map and strengthen the structure and design of service delivery for primary care (including safety-net services), specialty care (including mental health, sexual and reproductive health, oral health, and substance abuse treatment and prevention services), organizational arrangements, workforce development, and financial systems so that adolescent health services can place greater emphasis on health promotion, disease prevention, and youth development. RAF will consider factors beyond biological ones in regard to women’s health and cover other determinants such as economic, social and cultural factors that determine their status. Ensuring woman and child access to health care is fundamental to ending poverty, building robust economies, and achieving UHC.