To address the fragmented approach of primary care delivery in the rural community.
To address the fragmented approach of primary care delivery in the rural community, iKure establishes integrated care enabled by the community CHWs providing Primary Healthcare Services through outreach and community mobilization through the network or Hub and Spoke Clinics across all settings – RURAL, SEMI-URBAN and URBAN areas.
We select grassroot women community members to provide health services in last mile communities. Our model brings grassroot members, empowering women community and gender mainstreaming that represents transformational change in communities of extreme poverty. Through skills development and training program they earn livelihood and become an inspiration for their community driving catalyst change in sustainable rural development. We establish synergies with Self-Help Groups and Anganwadi worker to build community responsive inclusive program. Involvement of local communities are more likely to involve families in better care seeking behavior for sustainable health outcomes.
Life of an iKure iCHA Worker Model: https://youtu.be/GEcg0Stu4oI