GNB, a humanitarian-based NGO,works to improve the healthcare services in the communities especially the ruralpoor through diverse, sustainable and effective healthcare activities, in order to mitigate thecritical and cost-effective input of essential health services,development of the child health and strengthen health system at low cost. GNB’s focuseson the increased accessibility of public health facilities in the target area by defining and decreasing the vulnerable diseases from the community.
GNB health program aimed at providing an essential health service package for women, children and the poor, reaching the underprivileged and deprived community GNB’s frontline community health service provides door to door service to the community people. Health has universally recognized an important aspect of human development. Without the development of health, overall development is not possible.The highest attainable standard of health is a fundamental right of every human being. Keeping that in mind GNB has implemented different health programs such as nutrition supplementation, health checkup, prevention (vaccine and disease control), general treatment, special case studies, community health worker mobilization, reproductive health care and the health service advocacy. To implement the health service, GNB Health has reached the destitute community through community health workers (CHWs) who provide and ensure door to door health service by facilities guardian, promote MNH services, do a home visit, cluster meeting and awareness session in the community.
To provide the highest level of healthcare services to all of its beneficiaries, GNB is committed to cover majority by improving the equity and quality of services, especially to reach the rural poor and the disadvantaged, who have limited access to healthcare information and services.
Health program of good neighbors Bangladesh wants to increase accessibility and quality of the primary health care and nutrition services to the most marginalized communities so that the interventions can focus on the children, pregnant, women, and lactating mothers of the community.