Universal health care can only be achieved through health systems that are capable of providing broad coverage and promoting disease control initiatives. We work from remote villages to capital cities to strengthen every element of the health system including programs, facilities, finances, supply chains, data, human resources, and leadership.
We support efforts to strengthen health systems at the national, district, and community levels, with a focus on empowering community engagement, developing partnerships across sectors, and improving health equity—from conception to old age.
As we partner with governments and local organizations, we create locally staffed teams to remove barriers to care, reduce health disparities, and build the resilience and ability of health systems to withstand shocks such as pandemic disease outbreaks. We bring people together and coordinate complex programs through an integrated systems approach, detailed mapping, and assessments of stakeholders and contexts.
Our work helps to develop strong health systems that underpin successful primary health care (PHC) and universal health coverage (UHC) initiatives, as part of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).