Many thanks for sending details of the Twitter chat. HIFA is glad to be supporting this initiative by our partners at UHC2030 at WHO Geneva.
I would like to invite HIFA members to comment on the open question: 'One year after the High Level Meeting, what are you doing to take forward commitments to UHC?' Please email your thoughts to email@example.com
We'd be especially keen to hear examples at country level, and also the efforts of individual organisations.
Speaking on behalf of HIFA, we have made UHC a central part of our overall strategy, advocating for universal access to reliable healthcare information as a prerequisite for UHC. See our recent paper in BMJ Global Health: https://www.hifa.org/news/new-paper-universal-access-essential-health-in...
The HIFA Steering Group is meeting on 28 October for our Annual Strategy Day and we have some ambitious plans to continue supporting UHC through 2021-3.
Best wishes, Neil
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