accessibility of services

accessibility of services

The ability to obtain medical care and services when needed.
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The Ombudsman shall endeavour to expand usage of these tools while continuously looking for more effective ways of information dissemination and accessibility of services to our people,' he said.
A set of measures aimed at increasing the accessibility of services in the sphere of culture, laid down the Concept of the demographic policy of the Far East until 2025.
Over the past two decades, an increasing number of health studies together with development of Geographic Information Systems (GISs) technology with transportation modules have integrated the geographical accessibility of services and facilities as an important dimension of the built urban environment (2).
It is reported that a draft decree was designed to establish a single form of certificates and other documents from the place of residence, to improve the quality and accessibility of services to the population.
Most of the viewpoints in Disabilities relate court cases leading to the current time, regarding levels of care, accessibility of services, and educational and community placement.
Amjid Ali Khan, Chief Secretary KP, expressed that RTS law would bring accountability and smooth implementation of services by the District Government departments which would also ensure the accessibility of services in an easy and fastest way to the citizens.
The accessibility of services through schools is particularly salient for the most disadvantaged and marginalized groups.
Unfortunately, there were many issues and stories we could relate to and, not surprisingly, the costs and accessibility of services were common concerns, along with limited health care to those most in need.
It is also about the accessibility of services, and the level of confidence people feel in their communities and about their trust in the service they receive from their police force.
The 'Life after Stroke' project will seek to ensure better co-ordination and accessibility of services across the health, social care and voluntary sectors.
The focus is to strengthen quality and improve the accessibility of services.
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