Our vision is to achieve good health and social wellbeing of many through the delivery of effective, efficient, locally adapted and innovative interventions
Our mission is to improve health and wellbeing through the delivery of effective, efficient, locally adapted and innovative intervention programs.
Our values are predicated on collaborative efforts and contributions with uncompromising integrity in the discharge of our duty with a code of conduct laced with honesty and transparency.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVEs
Health system strengthening and improved healthcare delivery
Research, documentation and dissemination
Innovation and social entrepreneurship
Capacity building, training and mentorship
Policy, advocacy and collaboration
Monitoring and evaluation of projects and programs
Provision of health intervention programs, especially to rural and underserved populations
The Organization will pursue her aims and objectives by:
Serving as an independent research, documentation, dissemination, policy and advocacy center to support a wide range of programs in healthcare delivery
Partnering with researchers and research institutions globally, to conduct large scale studies and support data management and implementation locally
Conducting systematic reviews; assessments, operational research, data management, documentation and innovations in health and wellbeing
Encouraging the adoption of emerging technologies and innovative methods for improved health and well-being
Strengthening partnerships/collaborations and information sharing on social problems with impact on health and healthy living among government institutions, health workers in public and private sectors, communities and other stakeholders
Supporting health systems/community system strengthening through the provision of institutional and human resource capacity building, research, disease-surveillance, monitoring and evaluation, data management and service delivery
Sponsoring health services and community enlightenment programs for health promotion, disease management and control among key populations
Supporting campaigns and advocacy for improved access to health and other social services. In particular, promote access to essential medicines and appropriate health technologies in resource limited settings; rational and cost effective use of medicines and other appropriate health technologies; medicine quality, safety and efficacy and pharmaceutical sector management, systems, and policy for national development;
Facilitating the participation of students and young professionals in activities of the organization and partner organizations.