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A consultation at the Osh Family Medicine Centre

Socially-oriented primary health care in Kyrgyzstan: Family doctors and nurses learn from Kazakhstan’s person-centred model of care

Primary health care services in Kyrgyzstan have a strong medical orientation. Inspired by the model in neighbouring Kazakhstan, family doctors and nurses in two regions are paying more attention to social determinants of health – and linking people up with appropriate services.

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Waiting to see the doctor at Osh FMC

Getting Kyrgyz women the antenatal care they’re entitled to: Closing the gap between paper and practice

Pregnant women in Kyrgyzstan are entitled to a basic package of antenatal care services through the country’s national social health insurance. Yet accessing these services can be like navigating an obstacle course. A German-supported project is raising women’s awareness of their rights and making it easier for pregnant women who are uninsured to get covered.

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