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Shimizu © Credits Primary health care Overview All people, everywhere, deserve the right care, right in their community. This is the fundamental premise of primary health care. Primary health care (PHC) addresses the majority of a person’s health needs throughout their lifetime. (...) Operational framework for primary health care: English Operational framework for primary health care: Arabic Operational framework for primary health care:  Chinese Operational framework for primary health care:  French   Operational framework for primary health care:  Russian Operational framework for primary health care:  Spanish Operational framework for primary health care:  Farsi Core strategic levers Political commitment and leadership Governance and policy frameworks Funding and allocation of resources Engagement of community and other stakeholders Operational levers Models of care Primary health care workforce Physical infrastructure Medicines and other health products  Engagement with private sector providers Purchasing and payment systems Digital technologies for health Systems for improving the quality of care  Primary health care-oriented research Monitoring and evaluation Fact sheets Primary health care Universal health coverage (UHC) Key documents Declaration of Alma-Ata Declaration of Astana A vision for primary health care in the twenty-first century   Operational framework for primary health care Primary health care measurement framework and indicators Review of 40 years of primary health care implementation at country level  PHC webinars & newsletter PHC webinars & newsletter Resolutions and Declarations WHA62.12 Primary health care, including health system strengthening  WHA 72.2 Primary health care EB146 (18) Primary health care UNGA74.2 Political declaration of the high-level meeting on universal health coverage WHO teams Primary health care 1% Countries must increase spending on primary health care by 1% of GDP to close coverage gaps 60 million lives could be saved by investing US$200 billion per year in primary health care 50% of all people still lack some or all essential health services. 18 million There will be a shortfall of 18 million health care workers by 2030.
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Score: 831742.3 - https://www.who.int/health-topics/primary-health-care
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These attacks deprive people of urgently needed care, endanger health care providers, and undermine health systems. (...) More → Q&A Attacks on health care initiative Attacks on health care initiative Attacks on health care initiative: Documenting the problem Attacks on health care initiative: Documenting the problem Attacks on health care initiative: Advocating for change Attacks on health care initiative: Advocating for change Attacks on health care initiative: Preventing and protecting against attacks Attacks on health care initiative: Preventing and protecting against attacks Publications & reports All → 5 May 2021 Joint note on means to protect health care from acts of violence in the COVID-19... (...) Download Read More 28 November 2018 Attacks on health care brochure Health care is under attack.
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Score: 831366.1 - https://www.who.int/activities...topping-attacks-on-health-care
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Health care | UNHCR Integration Handbook Integration Handbook Health care Breadcrumb Home Health Health Care 1. Factors affecting health and access to health care 2. Planning issues to consider 3. (...) Resettled refugees may resist contact with health care services for all but acute health problems fearing that their permanent residence will be compromised if they are found to have a health problem; practical support to access health care services (e.g. transport and child care).
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Score: 828083.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/handbooks/ih/health/health-care
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Select language Select language English South-East Asia India Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies  About us Home / Health topics / Primary health care WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits Primary health care Primary health care Primary health care is a whole-of-society approach to health and well-being centred on the needs and preferences of individuals, families and communities.  (...) WHO recognizes the central role of primary health care for achieving health and well-being for all, at all ages. (...) These centres will provide comprehensive health care, covering around 70% of out-patient care, including noncommunicable diseases and maternal and child health services.
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Score: 827697 - https://www.who.int/india/health-topics/primary-health-care
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Protect health care Joint statement 1 4 November 2015 In the last few months, a number of attacks against health-care workers, medical transports and facilities have taken place in several countries, like Afghanistan, Syria and Yemen to mention a few. (...) By December 2014, 2398 attacks against health-care personnel, facilities and vehicles had been recorded. (...) As members and partners of the Health Care in Danger initiative, we call on States, weapon bearers, international and national humanitarian agencies and health organizations to give urgent attention to the recommendations resulting from the Health Care in Danger initiative.
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Score: 825200.4 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...ia/news/2015/stop-violence/en/
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WHO subsequently created the Attacks on Health Care (AHC) initiative to systematically collect evidence on attacks on health care, to advocate for the end of such attacks, and to promote best practices for protecting health care from attacks. (...) Examples of types of attacks on health can include: Violence with individual weapons Violence with heavy weapons Psychological violence/threat of violence/intimidation Obstruction to delivery of care Assault without weapons Sexual assault Denial of access to services Armed or violent search of health resource Removal of health care assets  Setting fire to health resources Militarization of health care facility  Removal of health care assets What health resources can be affected by attacks on health care? (...) What are the consequences of attacks on health care? Attacks not only endanger health care providers; they can also deprive people of urgently needed care.
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Score: 824210.9 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...acks-on-health-care-initiative
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WHO calls for more investment in primary health care World Health Organization Global Regions World Health Organization WHO Regional websites Countries World Health Organization When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. World Health Organization Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / WHO calls for more investment in primary health care WHO/Yoshi Shimizu © Credits WHO calls for more investment in primary health care 5 April 2019 News release Manila, Philippines 5 April 2019 | MANILA — Primary health care is key to solving the health challenges facing countries in Asia and the Pacific, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). (...) In some countries in the Region, one in five families spends more than 10% of its income on health care. Globally, the cost of health care pushes 100 million people a year into extreme poverty.
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Score: 823358.2 - https://www.who.int/republicof...estment-in-primary-health-care
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Health systems built on strong primary health care are more resilient, efficient and equitable. (...) All too often, primary health care is a weak link in health systems. More than 400 million people worldwide lack access to essential health services typically delivered through primary health care. (...) Better data is essential to improving primary health care performance Better data is essential to improving primary health care performance Closing gaps in primary health care will require better data.
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Score: 823166.1 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...se-gaps-in-primary-health-care
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Primary health care is key to solving the health challenges facing Papua New Guinea, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). (...) Primary health care: the path to health for all Primary health care is about caring for people and helping them improve their health, rather than treating a single disease or condition. (...) It also covers rehabilitation and care at the end of life. “We know that the fairest and most affordable path to universal health coverage is primary health care,” said Dr Luo Dapeng.
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Score: 823076.6 - https://www.who.int/papuanewgu...estment-in-primary-health-care
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Primary health care measurement framework and indicators: monitoring health systems through a primary health care lens Global Regions WHO Regional websites Africa Americas South-East Asia Europe Eastern Mediterranean Western Pacific When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. (...) WHO and UNICEF are jointly releasing the landmark Primary health care monitoring framework and indicators   monitoring health systems through a primary health care lens , the first-ever globally normative and endorsed primary health care measurement and monitoring framework, and the official measurement framework in support of the Declaration of Astana and Operational Framework for PHC. As countries strive to reorient their health systems around the principles of primary health care, this Framework responds to Member States’ request to monitor primary health care performance to accelerate progress towards universal health coverage and the other health-related Sustainable Development Goals.
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Score: 822653.5 - https://www.who.int/news-room/...monitoring-primary-health-care
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