Please, find below an update on how UHC2030 is looking at the interconnectedness between health security and UHC in the light of COVID-19.
Meanwhile, you are more than welcome to join our webinar this week during which we will launch a discussion paper on the topic: Time to get our act together on health emergencies and universal health coverage.
This event will take place on Wednesday, 27 May, 14:00-15:30 in collaboration with the Global Health Centre of the Geneva Graduate Institute for International and Development Studies.
See programme here. https://www.uhc2030.org/blog-news-events/uhc2030-events/time-to-get-our-...
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Time to get our act together on UHC and health emergencies
UHC and health emergencies
The COVID-19 crisis is a sharp reminder that everyone, everywhere should have access to quality and affordable health services. Health is a fundamental human right and the foundation of economic prosperity and security.
The crisis demonstrates powerfully the need for health systems that are resilient enough to respond to emergencies, maintain essential health services and manage shocks in ways that protect the most vulnerable.
UHC2030 is strenghtening its multistakeholder perspective on UHC and health emergencies. On 27 May 2020, we will launch a discussion paper in collaboration with partners to consolidate our vision for resilient health systems, and priority actions for both emergency preparedness and UHC goals.
In this newsflash, UHC2030 brings you some key resources and insights from partners in the UHC movement. We hope you find them useful and join us in promoting health systems and UHC as fundamental during this global crisis.
From the Core Team. [...]
[*Note from HIFA moderator (Neil PW): For full details see: https://www.uhc2030.org/blog-news-events/uhc2030-events/time-to-get-our-... ]
HIFA profile: Isabelle Wachsmuth-Huguet, MSc, MPH has been working for World Health Organization (WHO) since 2003 and has 20 years of expertise on international network promoting and implementing knowledge management solutions in both high and low income countries. She is currently Project manager, Health Systems and Innovation Cluster, Service Delivery & Safety (SDS), Emerging Issues, Quality Universal Health Coverage (QUHC), at WHO Geneva. She is also the coordinator and lead moderator of the WHO Global Francophone Forum - Health Information For All (HIFA-Fr: http://www.hifa.org/forums/hifa-french). She is a member of the HIFA working group on Multilingualism.
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