The Project will improve access to health services for vulnerable groups in Ulaanbaatar, through their full participation in the design and management of support programs for the provision of health services.
The project consists of three components:
Component 1: Assessment of the most vulnerable groups in Ulaanbaatar to determine their health seeking behavior and coping mechanisms to access health services. This will also include an assessment of the present welfare programs (e.g. health insurance) of the Government and support provided by the civil society.
Component 2: Design and provision of grant support for the piloting of schemes to increase accessibility of vulnerable groups to access health services based on the findings of Component 1.
Component 3: Policy development and capacity building to institutionalize the lessons learned in Component 2.
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