Provision of medicines and consumables

One of the eight (8) components of primary health care is the provision of essential medicines. These medicines are carefully selected with regard to public health relevance, evidence on efficacy and
safety, and comparative cost–effectiveness. Making sure facilities have the right medicines and medical consumables at the right time and that patients can access affordable products when needed is
imperative to delivering high-quality Primary Health Care and achieving SDGs.
The availability of essential medicines not only promotes trust but also enhances community participation in health services, thereby leading to improve health outcome(s).

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