Train a group of people in the basics of healthcare for issues common in the area, including nutrition and reproductive health. Provide them with the basic items that would be frequently needed such as nutrition packs, specialized baby formula, vaccines and condoms. Partner with the government to ensure that the services provided are covered by the mandatory health insurance and cover the majority of costs in this way. Other costs could be covered by small administration fees or by selling other non-essential goods.
The workers would be from the local area, and trained in the most basic health care issues. A focus would be placed on the issues that are most relevant to the community:
- basic pregnancy and infant health
- proper nutrion
- reproductive health
- hygiene and sanitation
They would be equipped with the basic necessities for common scenarios:
- mobile phone so they can be contacted by families
- nutrition packs
- fortified formula for underweight infants
- prenatal vitamins
- basic vaccines
- water sanitation products
The workers will not be stationary, but will travel through given neighborhoods to check on families and sell the goods at cost or for a small fee (depending on the breakdown of the financials).