Contributor: Rubaiyath Sarwar
A large portion of the world population, especially in low and middle-income countries do not have access to quality healthcare. In a post-COVID 19 era, the need for efficient and inclusive health systems has become increasingly important. Innovision is working on the development and strengthening of resilient and inclusive health systems around the world. We are supporting development partners to design and manage interventions on malaria control, maternal, new-born and child health (MNCH), management of chronic diseases, sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR). While health care continues and will continue to be driven by public health interventions, there is an increasing importance in engaging the private sector to establish viable models that could meet the health care needs of the people living under the poverty line. Affordability, accessibility, and awareness are keys to sustaining such models. We are working with the global health systems partners to design inclusive solutions to health systems challenges.
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