The Project will improve the health status of the urban population, especially of the poor, in all the six city corporations and five municipalities to be identified. The Project will help ensure the delivery of a package of preventive, promotive, and curative health services. At least 30% of all the services provided under the Project will be targeted at the poor. The specific project objectives are to improve (i) access to and use of urban primary health care (PHC) services in the project area, with a particular focus on extending provision to the poorest; (ii) the quality of urban PHC services in the project area; and (iii) the cost-effectiveness, efficiency, and institutional and financial sustainability of PHC to meet the needs of the urban poor.
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