Health in its broader sense can be defined as “a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Systematic activities to prevent or cure health problems and promote good health in humans are undertaken by health care providers.

We recognize the consequential gap between the supply and demand for health & nutrition services as an opportunity for innovation, improving health services integration, and advancing the impact of investments into healthcare so as to make the world a healthier place.

A significant increase in both funding for global health and the number of entities associated, reinforces the need for greater accountability, impact measurement, and sustainability assurance.


Globally, there has been significant progress towards Universal Health Coverage. Most parts of the world have seen an expansion in the access to health services and coverage of key interventions over the last two decades. There have also been notable improvements in financial protection.

Main objectives of health care are:

  • To create an interface between the developed and developing nations when pertaining to health issues;
  • To patronize and support health programs in developing nations;
  • To periodically formulate health policies that are readily endorsed by nations;
  • To coordinate and oversee the procurement of health services;
  • To immerse in disease inspection and analysis;
  • To involve itself in promoting health and also to impart health education;
  • To collaborate with governments and administrations all over the world to endorse health promotional programs;
  • Strengthen health systems so that everyone has equal access to quality health care;
  • Increase access to immunization in poor countries.

Consultation Areas

The health sector investments and research in areas that are especially vital to helping countries achieve Universal Health Coverage, working closely with donors, development partners, governments, and the private sector:

  • Ending preventable maternal and child mortality;
  • Reducing stunting and improved nutrition for infants and children;
  • Ensuring pandemic preparedness and response;
  • Prevention and treatment of communicable diseases;
  • Ending preventable disease and death caused by smoking;
  • Prevention and treatment of mental health disorders;
  • Promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights;
  • Strengthening Health systems and health financing.