The Right to Health Project strives to target the health needs of vulnerable groups. Vulnerable groups include but are not limited to: disabled associations, people living with HIV/AIDS, the aged, and children with deformities for which they cannot afford treatment. The LRC seeks to identify the health needs of these groups to ensure that their right to health is being respected. Through outreach to vulnerable individuals, raising public awareness via the media, organizing workshops to sensitize employees of the Coalition on Health and numerous other methods, the LRC hopes to foster a feeling of equality and integrity for all members of these communities. The LRC also examines laws and policies that directly affect these marginalized groups in the hopes of seeking reformations that will make the right to health a reality for all Ghanaian citizens.
From the onset LRC has offered technical support to the West Mamprusi and Bongo District Mutual Health Insurance Schemes. In 2005 it drafted from scratch and trained these two schemes on their Constitutions. A manual detailing the workings of the Schemes was also produced.
A lot of research has gone into the National Health Insurance Scheme of Ghana. For the past five (5) years, students from the Harvard Law School in collaboration with LRC conduct research around District Mutual Health Insurance Schemes in Bongo and Walewale communities.