Track Two
Equitable and inclusive health care systems for palliative care integration
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For palliative care to be successfully delivered, there is a need to ensure all players that drive health are involved. This track focusses on the inclusivity of palliative care to all systems and integration by players that drive health care in Kenya. It seeks to address the importance of multi-stakeholder and multisystem involvement of all sectors. It also highlights best practices for multisectoral partnerships and collaboration, and models that support the delivery of health care that address the unique needs of the people with palliative care needs across their care continuum.

Systems and supporting players for equitable and inclusive palliative care

  • Ministry of health, County governments, government departments, and other players
  • Stakeholders for prevention: Nutrition for health and healing, climate change and environmental hazards, vaccines and other preventive health technologies, healthy lifestyles and behaviour change, Alcohol and tobacco control policies and regulations
  • Health development partners
  • Monitoring &Evaluation, and HMIS
  • Legal fraternity
  • Finance and Administration
  • Training institutions
  • Technology and Media
  • Civil society/ patient led organizations
  • Service delivery, Education and Research (continuing education/ short courses)

Policies, laws, guidelines, frameworks, (Legislation) for equitable and inclusive health care

  • National Policy implementation
  • Global commitments/ implementation/ domestication of global commitments‚Ķ..?
  • County involvement
  • WHO involvement / WHA resolution 2014/
  • Advocacy
  • NHIF fund
  • Private insurance
  • Counties funds
  • Institutions funds
  • Community fundraising/Social financial support systems (ethics/culture/values)