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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Health

Date outcomes contract signed: Dec 2020

Start date of service provision: Feb 2021

Anticipated completion date: Jan 2022

Actual completion date: Jan 2022

Capital raised (minimum): Russian Ruble 36.17m (USD 478.45k)

Max potential outcome payment: Russian Ruble 36.17m

Service users: 9k+ individuals


Russian Post, the national postal operator of Russia, has a large chain of post offices, which are located even in the smallest settlements and are trusted by local residents. Using the resource of their postmen, Russian Post performs the following activities:
- delivers medicines to citizens living in remote areas of Primorskiy Krai, which have the right to social assistance;
- transfers information about the state of health of citizens who received medicines to a medical organization;
- informs the population about the possibilities and advantages of medical examination.

Target population

Citizens living in remote areas of Primorskiy Krai (9 municipalities), which:
group 1: are included in the group of citizens subject to medical examination in the corresponding year (4000)
group 2: have the right to public social assistance, which provides for the mandatory provision of medicines (5452)



  • Russian Federation

Service delivery locations

  • Kavalerovsky municipal district of Primorskiy krai
  • Chuguevsky municipal district of Primorskiy krai
  • Yakovlevsky municipal district of Primorskiy krai
  • The city of Dalnegorsk city of Primorskiy krai
  • Anuchinskiy municipal district of Primorskiy krai
  • The city of Arsen'yev of Primorskiy krai
  • Lesozavodskiy urban district of Primorskiy krai
  • The city of Dalnerechensk city of Primorskiy krai
  • Krasnoarmeyskiy municipal district of Primorskiy krai

Involved organisations

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Outcome metrics

  • The number of citizens who came to the prophylactic medical examination.
  • The number of citizens who gave their consent to participate in the project, who received the mandatory provision of medicines at home.
  • The number of citizens who received the mandatory provision of medicines at home, who have transmitted information about their health status to a medical organization.
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