SEHAT SAHULAT PROGRAM AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA
Keywords:SDG, WHO, UHC, MNHS, Sehat Card Plus, OOP Expenditure, SSP Scope and Benefits
Sehat Sahulat Program is health initiative initially launched by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Govt for the people of the province. This paper is aimed at looking at the program from the patients and doctors’ point of view. The study is qualitative in nature and is interview-based assessment of the program. For this purpose, five doctors from the top tiers and ten patients have been interviewed. The central point of these to see as to what extent the program is viewed by these two main stakeholders. The findings are expected to benefit both the research community as well as all the stakeholders. It will enable the policy makers to how to improve the program so that its set target can be achieved as postulated in the program. The authors believe that though this is simple approach to an issue that is related to almost all people, it is hoped that these findings would help the future researchers to look at the program from more complicated aspects.
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