Driven by a profound desire to reduce unnecessary pain and suffering from life-limiting illnesses across Africa, APCA was formally founded in Tanzania in 2004. We work collaboratively with existing and potential providers of palliative care services to help expand and strengthen services. There are three key elements to APCA’s work to bring palliative care to all who need it in Africa:
APCA also works with governments and policymakers to ensure the optimum policy and regulatory framework exists for the development of palliative care across Africa.
The mission of the Ministry of Health is to provide and continually improve affordable promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health care services of the highest quality, thereby contributing to the reduction of poverty and enhancing the general well-being of the population.
In a bid to achieve its mission, the overall objective of the health sector as outlined in the Health Sector Strategic Plan IV (2018 to 2024) is to ensure universal accessibility (geographical and financial) of equitable and affordable quality health services (preventative, curative, rehabilitative and promotional services) for all Rwandans.
This Overall Objective will be attained through four Strategic Objectives:
The ministry’s vision is to pursue an integrated and community-driven development process through the provision of equitable, accessible and quality health care services.
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