Individual and collective health are jeopardized by an array of challenges, including food insecurity and poor nutrition, infectious and non-communicable diseases, and, in many developing countries, enormous out-of-pocket medical costs that force poor and vulnerable populations into financial ruin. We support innovative strategies that incentivize individuals, communities, and governments to address the breadth of variables that contribute to healthy societies.
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Why should we prioritize universal health coverage?
Universal health coverage is key to building resilience health systems that make people and planet healthier., President, The Rockefeller Foundation
Universal health coverage is one of the most powerful social equalizers among all policy options., Director-General, World Health Organization (WHO)
Governments have everything to gain when they prioritize human health. I am hopeful for global progress…, Minister of Health, Rwanda
To end all preventable maternal and child deaths, the G7 must endorse universal health coverage., CEO, Save the Children International
Weak links in a health system are deadly fuel to pandemics. Universal health coverage fills gaps and…, Director, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Universal health coverage means healthier societies and communities, essential for sustainable growth and…, Director, Pan American Health Organization
Universal health coverage must include reproductive health and leave no girl or woman behind., CEO, Women Deliver
Health protection is central to decent work and must be a reality for all., Director-General, International Labour Organization
Accountability for universal health coverage is imperative to ensure the most vulnerable benefit first., CEO, Management Sciences for Health
Universal health coverage provides a platform for integration across global health. Let’s work together…, Executive Director, Global Health Council
Health was declared a human right in 1948. The SDGs mandate that we finally deliver on this promise of…, Director, Health Sector, Earth Institute, Columbia University