Health care is an endemic problem of the African continent its emphasis is well recognized. We want to support the fruition of the young doctor through reward and scholarship. Enabling current infrastructure and alleviating hurdles that are largely logistical for aid is also of primary interest. Endurance of poverty requires clearing hurdles for those committed to medicine. Community engagement has offered way in countries like Haiti we want to partner with anyone interested in healthcare as a human right.
- Improve availability of and access to health care services for IDPs and host communities, with a special focus on vulnerable groups such as women and children, through mobile clinics or strengthening of existing services, as well as through the promotion of health-seeking behavior.
- Improve quality of health care and treatment, including HIV/AIDS, with special focus on health infrastructure (physical equipment and supplies, including drugs for HIV/AIDS treatment, post exposure prophylaxis [PEP] kits, etc.) and human resource capacity.
- Improve health information management system to ensure availability of reliable data on the health status of the population, including on HIV/AIDS.
- Ensure availability of health education material on prevention of targeted diseases (malaria, TB, AWD, HIV/AIDS).