Health sector experience

Access to quality health care can change lives. Effective health systems increase survival rates, improve quality of life and facilitate greater workforce participation. Health services that are accessible to all and meet people’s needs play a crucial role in sustainable development.

Our international development team have worked with governments and communities across Asia Pacific to improve access and quality of health systems and care. 

We've built financial and workforce planning management capabilities into local health service systems to support local requirements and we work with closely with health agencies to build the skills of their professionals to ensure they are better equipped to deal with the daily issues experienced in their communities.

Our experience in working with local agencies to develop governance and anti-corruption frameworks for the effective management of national, local and donor health resources ensures health services are delivered where they’re needed most. We apply rigorous monitoring and evaluation to all of our health projects, so that our clients understand the impact of their programs and support better decision making. 

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Latest health projects 

  • Fiji Health Program, part of the Fiji Program Support Facility

    Coffey manages the Fiji Program Support Facility bringing together Australian aid investments in Fiji, providing efficient and effective support across a range of areas and sectors, including education, health, scholarships, governance, civil society and disaster preparedness.

    Fiji Health Program, Fiji Program Support Facility project page

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  • Australian Memorial Bali Eye Centre

    Delivering the gift of sight to the people of Bali through quality and affordable eye care to reduce and mitigate the link between poverty and blindness. 

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  • Australia Indonesia Partnership for Health System Strengthening

  • Australia Indonesia Partnership for Maternal and Neonatal Health