To catalyze and drive community led and people centered health systems while addressing social determinants of health.
Invest in people centered health systems for sustainable primary health care.
Strengthen community health systems to increase equitable sustainable access to quality PHC for UHC.
Build, develop and strengthen fit for purpose human resources for health for improved skills and productivity.
Facilitate sustainable health financing to increase equitable access to health services and develop stronger health systems.
Strengthen health focused civil society organizations for social accountability.
Leverage innovation to enable efficient PHC programming.
Target social determinats and emerging threats at the intersection with health to increase equitable access.
Invest in education initiatives that significantly impact health outcomes.
Advocate for policies that improve the livelihoods of vulnerable populations, specifically for women and young people.
Address challenges emerging at the intersection of health and climate related events to deliver more holistic programming.
Support community health systems to prepare and respond to emerging health threats such as pandemics.
Target health needs arising from growing youth demographic leading to rapid urbanization to promote equitable access to PHC.
Our strategy is in direct response to challenges arising from six external drivers of change and augmented by key regional and global policies, frameworks, and strategies shaping Africa’s health agenda – such as UHC 2030, the Sustainable Development Goals, and the Africa Health Strategy 2030. The six drivers are:
With Amref‘s heritage of a trusted organization, delivering on its promises and objectives to the people of Africa, the new strategy is set to have this impact on the continent: