ARCHeS' goal is to develop, test, and scale-up comprehensive health systems. A comprehensive system extends services from tertiary care facilities, hospitals, and clinics to conveniently located community health posts. 

Fully comprehensive systems combine doorstep and community mobilization services with a range of clinical capabilities that span the life cycle health care needs of women, children, and adults.

The ARCHeS program is furthermore dedicated to building international collaboration to enhance research partnerships, promote capacity building, and catalyze policy-shaping dialogue. By building international bridges between ARCHeS initiatives, we enable our colleagues to provide technical assistance through educational exchanges, technology sharing, and peer to peer learning. 



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