The project aims to improve the maternal and neonatal healthcare of socially deprived poor women and children including adolescents and physically challenged individuals. The aim is for the project to help the organisations provide reasonable healthcare to these groups.
The two partner organisations are co-operating on exchanging their best practices on healthcare services. The partners both have a different approach to reaching these groups, either through the school system or a door-to-door approach. These initiatives are what the exchange participants will work on implementing in their host organisation.
The partner Programme for Community Development (PVD) will adopt the school-based healthcare that is utilised by Turnstone Global (TG). Likewise the participants that are hosted by TG will contribute by teaching the organisation the door- to-door healthcare service used by PVD. The partners expect this to increase their mutual capacity to deliver quality primary healthcare services for socially deprived women, children and physically challenged individuals.