Accessibility to community-based primary healthcare service in Padang, Indonesia
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Access to health service is recognised as one of the fundamental rights of an individual globally. But there are wide differences in the accessibilty to the health services. Accessibility comprises of two components which need consideration, proximity and availability. Greater proximity does not ensure higher availability, also high availability of a certain service is of very little worth if it is out of reach of major population groups.This project will try to access the differences in access to health services in Padang, Indonesia using the two-step floating catchment area method.