Community-based primary healthcare (CBPHC) delivers a range of health services to hard-to-reach and under-served communities. It can be the mechanism through which universal health coverage can be made a reality and Sustainable Development Goal three can be achieved. Through CBPHC, the most common infectious diseases, childhood illnesses and maternal and newborn conditions can be diagnosed, treated and referred, and critical disease surveillance and patient reporting strengthened.
This report calls upon the international community, governments, development partners, donors and academia to commit resources and mobilise political will to support CBPHC.Community delivery | Advocacy | Policy development | Case management | Diagnosis | Treatment | SDG3
Diseases: Dengue | Diarrhoea | Malaria | Malnutrition | mapd | NTDs | Pneumonia
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