Today more than one billion people cannot obtain the health services they need, because those services are inaccessible, unavailable, unaffordable or of poor quality. To deliver, a health system needs efficient workers, well equipped and up to standard facilities, money, relevant information and technologies, medicines, communications, transport as well as overall leadership and direction. Strengthening health systems and making them more equitable has been recognized as key strategies for fighting poverty and fostering development.
ICL in partnership with county, national governments and partners work to increase efficiency in data management and reporting for planning and decision making in the health care system. Further health care workers are supported to increase their productivity and management of client data and information by training on IC-Health; where they obtain a Microsoft certification. We implement a model county health system that is community-centered and integrated health services are critical for reaching universal health coverage.