Cordaid aims to reduce fragility and the vulnerability of people where it is most needed and most difficult. The organization focuses its efforts in some of world’s most conflict-torn and volatile countries. Cordaid promotes equality and social inclusion by increasing the resilience of people and societies and by strengthening the social contract between citizens and their governments. The organization combines lifesaving humanitarian aid with the longer-term improvement of health care systems, economic opportunities and disaster resilience, and the promotion of security and justice. The healthcare program in post-disaster and conflict-affected countries contributes to better accessible, higher quality and more affordable health care for all. Cordaid also works in the areas of sexual and reproductive health and rights; and non-communicable diseases. To contribute to universal health coverage, Cordaid focuses its activities on health system strengthening. To further the quality and impact of the health programs, the organization uses data driven decisions. Cordaid works in Afghanistan, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Iraq, Kenya, Myanmar, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan, Syria, the Netherlands; the Philippines, Uganda and Zimbabwe.
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