The Health Program of the World Organization for Peace is an organized, coherent, and integrated set of activities and services, carried out simultaneously or successively with the necessary resources, with the aim of achieving specific objectives related to health problems for a particular population, primarily in areas of greater marginalization and social lag.
1.-PROMOTE HEALTHY HABITS:
To encourage the entire population, regardless of their place of residence or social condition, to maintain activities that help improve both their physical and emotional stability, sensitizing the population about the improvement of their healthy eating habits with available resources.
2. PREVENTION OF DISEASES:
To prevent the increase of infections and the spread of diseases around the world.
3.- PROVIDE PRIMARY HEALTHCARE:
And thus being able to refer hundreds of patients in regular and critical condition to high-level medical specialists and units for their timely attention.
4.-MEDICAL-SURGICAL CAMPAIGNS IN RURAL AREAS:
To support population sectors where medical coverage remains significantly lacking.
With a set and available resource at the time of program development, the OMPP/WOFP will determine how far it intends to go, analyzing the main needs of the population and determining whether they can be improved or enhanced.
The established program will include the allocation of resources, as well as the determination of activities and the methodology to be implemented to achieve its main objectives.
Implementing a previously planned roadmap.
Continuous evaluation of the program’s process will be carried out, as well as the development of pending and upcoming actions, identification of areas of opportunity, and addressing questions such as whether the established objectives were achieved, accomplishments attained, and detection of new areas of opportunity.