The Zuellig Family Foundation documents its learnings and experiences in program implementation and funds research studies on program innovations, effectiveness, and its effects on local government units (LGUs). ZFF creates public health advocacy activities to share information, promote health programs and policies, and learn about upcoming health developments.
Among the goals of the Foundation is the advocacy of equitable policies in public health and governance, based on lessons learned from implementing its various programs.
ZFF either conducts its own documentation or funds research studies. It has a research advisory board of health, research, and governance experts to guide the Foundation in planning its research agenda, reviewing studies, and providing inputs to ensure accuracy.
Among its public advocacy-related activities are health forums, roundtable discussions, conferences, and workshops. Partnerships with private and public sector organizations further strengthen the Foundation’s health advocacies.