Who we are  |  strategy 2030

A vision to reach
Universal Health Coverage

Our Strategy

Over the past few years, the world has witnessed just how fragile hardwon health progress can be. To achieve UHC by 2030, we must collectively scale up and sustain smart practices that increase access while accelerating the pace of innovation through collaboration between governments and the private sector. And where outcomes are the lowest, we must deploy solutions that factor in and respond to the needs and preferences of the hardesttoreach. Now is the time to make urgent and deliberate shifts in the design and delivery of health carefor all.

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Report  |  2024

Our 2030 Strategy: A Vision to Reach Universal Health Coverage

Report  |  2024

VillageReach 2030 Strategy (Summary)

Presentation  |  2024

A Vision to Reach Universal Health Coverage (Video)

What Will It Take

When community insights—the analyzed needs, preferences and feedback of a population—are integrated at a systems level and routinely acted upon, we can understand the obstacles people face, leading to increased availability, access and improved health outcomes for these populations. That’s why VillageReach is shifting its strategic focus to developing responsive solutions that place people at the center of the design and delivery of the health care they receive. We’ll rapidly scale up successful solutions to transform health care in more countries. Through Community Insights to Action, we’ll tap into community insights to drive innovation. And by mobilizing strong coalitions, we’ll build a future where health care adapts and responds to real-time needs, together.

Community Insights to Action Resources

Report  |  2023

Integrating Community Insights to Build Responsive Primary Health Care Systems

The Building Blocks
Of Better Care

Responsive systems ensure that health care services are available when and where they are needed, can adapt to changes in demand, are functional even when there are shocks and stresses, and routinely factor and respond to the needs and preferences of communities. Integrating responsive design into existing PHC systems will require investments, and innovative new methods and solutions. We use WHO’s building blocks for health systems strengthening (HSS) as the foundation of responsive primary health care systems.

Where We Work

The most responsive PHC systems share these three qualities.

Latest Resources

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Tool  |  2024

Digital Tools for CHWs: Strengthening the community supply chain with data visibility

Tool  |  2024

Outsourced Transport Resource Center Services Sheet

Report  |  2024

Understanding Gender Imbalance in the Public Health Supply Chain Workforce: Executive Summary

Report  |  2024

Understanding Gender Imbalance in the Public Health Supply Chain Workforce: Research Findings and Recommendations

Report  |  2024

Beyond the Health Facility: Strengthening Community Supply Chains

Tool  |  2024

OTRC Infographic

Newsletter  |  2024

French Language Newsletter – March 2024

Resource  |  2024

SC4CHW Toolkit

Report  |  2024

2023 Annual Impact Report

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Fact Sheet  |  2024

Immunization Collaborative Supply Planning Strengthening Project

Fact Sheet  |  2024

Zambia HCBP Landscape Analysis

Fact Sheet  |  2024

DAI Technical Assistance for Health Supply Chain and Pharmaceutical Management Consortium

Presentation  |  2024

Building Health Supply Chains for the Future: Opportunities for Private Sector

Fact Sheet  |  2024

Outsourcing Perceptions Survey 2024 Flyer

Tool  |  2024

Health Supply Chain Professional Career Pathways

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