The Foundation acts around three main axes to enhance the value of the skills and programs developed in recent years, and also to foster social innovation:
These actions form part of a multi-year agenda, working with NGOs, communities, specialists and health authorities through a highly participatory approach.
For the Foundation, evaluation is a critical step in managing programs. It works with its partners to draw up project objectives and decide on the activities that need to be put in place to attain them. It also makes use of key health, social and economic indicators to measure the benefits for the target communities, so as to better inform agencies involved in care and health policy-making.
These indicators are also vital for deciding on an exit strategy to ensure that the action in question can be sustained as long as possible.
The Foundation has introduced practical impact criteria, developed with key partners, using indicators that reference: