Using private healthcare entrepreneur

Private Healthcare entrepreneurs to provide earlier, faster and cost effective primary healthcare services and disseminate preventive and promotive health information at the local level through Family Healthcare Centre (FHC).

The Family Healthcare Centre (FHC) is public private partnership between private healthcare entrepreneur and HealthNeed Uganda. It is a social entrepreneurship investment to deliver cost effective preventive and promotive supplies and care services in rural families/communities. FHC is an opportunity to expand quality primary health care services and reduce number of rural people (hard to reach areas) dying from preventable diseases. With the Family Healthcare centres, the communities are involved through their Village Health groups. The Village Health Groups provide zero interest money for medical expenses, education, food and nutrition supplement, and low interest money for investment for its members.

 

 

 

 

PROJECTS

Using private healthcare entrepreneur

Private Healthcare entrepreneurs to provide earlier, faster and cost effective primary healthcare services and disseminate preventive and promotive health information at the local level through Family Healthcare Centre (FHC).

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Village Health Groups as a gateway

Village Health group (VHG) is a membership association owned and managed

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Towards An AIDS Free Generation-Starting with the Children in Uganda (2015/2017)

In this project we aim to reduce the number of children ‘dropping out’ of the PMTCT cascade ánd increase the number of children on ART.

We will do this in a 3-fold approach:

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Access to sustained care and treatment services

HNU works with the local government health care centres as well as private / NGOs to further scale-up ART and ensure facilities are operational in hard to reach places and developing community referral system. HNU promotes the link with the local government health units to ensure improved access to the inexpensive medicines needed to treat common infections and helped improve access to treatment among the affected and infected vulnerable communities.

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Kenneth Lumala