Created04 Sep 2020 | |4 views
Key and vulnerable populations including migrant workers in the EAC region have limited access to appropriate health care. In addition to a potential infringement of their right to health, there is a likelihood of increased undiagnosed diseases and possible negative impacts on public health given that the existing facilities are either incapable of providing the services (such as TB screening and treatment) – which is the case for most public health facilities that were mapped – or inaccessible to key and vulnerable populations due to prohibitive costs in the case of private clinics.
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