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CORE-STEP aims to deliver:

  • A detailed report of the findings, including identified climate vulnerabilities, the adaptive capacity of health centres, and what the specific needs are that relate to climate resilience;
  • A detailed list of climate services guided by primary health care centres; and
  • Develop and pilot a dashboard and user package that shows real-time data to enable individual Pukesmas to improve management of the risks of climate variability, allowing them to track and monitor their progress.

This project aims to answer the following research questions:

  1. How can primary health care services be adapted to better address the impacts of climate change?;
  2. What are the specific needs of primary health care centres in implementing climate services?; and
  3. How can climate services in primary health care be tailored to promote social equity?