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Advocacy for Universal Health Coverage (Self-paced)

Advocacy for Universal Health Coverage (Self-paced)

This e-Learning course on universal health coverage advocacy offers bitesize online modules to learn about the essence of UHC2030 Advocacy Guide. The UHC2030 Advocacy Guide provides an overview of what universal health coverage is, why it matters and how you can mobilise bottom-up change at the grassroots and community level to influence nationallevel policies and make meaningful health system reforms, ensuring that no one is left behind. The guide aims to share specific tools to help you call on policy and decision makers to focus on improving any and all of the three pillars of Healthy systems for universal health coverage - a joint vision for healthy lives: service delivery, health financing and governance. The intersection of these three pillars aims to create an environment in which UHC is a measurable and achievable goal – something we can all get behind

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Edwin

Submitted 4:11 am, January 4, 2019

Very interesting UHC when Implemented effectively it will be of great importance to the people and the country as health is an important aspect to the development of any nation. I support and fully into it

Zia

Submitted 2:56 pm, December 25, 2018

Every community must have the access to a quality health services, and the cost of health care must not push any individual in a community to poverty and death in seconds. Communities with a better and secure health policies, implementation, and clean environment lives longer than the others with a poor health conditions. What is needed to achieve a universal health coverage? ($) A strong, efficient, well-run health system that meets priority health needs through people-centred integrated care by: - informing and encouraging people to stay healthy and prevent illness. - detecting health conditions early. - having the capacity to treat disease, and helping patients with rehabilitation, ensuring sensitive palliative care where needed. ($) Affordability – a system for financing health services so people do not suffer financial hardship when using them. ($) Availability of essential medicines and technologies to diagnose and treat medical problems. ($) A sufficient capacity of well-trained, motivated health workers to provide the services to meet patients’ needs based on the best available evidence. ($) Actions to address social determinants of health such as education, living conditions and household income which affect people’s health and their access to services. (WHO)

Beryl

Submitted 7:27 am, December 22, 2018

Just the other day people from various counties were being encouraged to register for UHC cards which are meant to help them access free health services in public hospitals, but I have heard them reason out both positively and negatively. Some are happy about it but a few have related it to politics, which has to some great percentage influenced matters to do with health and other sectors and has prevented others to go for it. People do not understand the importance of this, so how can we educate people from our communities about the importance of health and create awareness on universal health care.

Godfrey

Submitted 1:38 pm, December 21, 2018

Thank you for this one. On it now

Matilda

Submitted 5:01 pm, December 20, 2018

How good it will be to give health to all mostly the grassroot. Thanks

Ki

Submitted 9:57 am, December 16, 2018

Interesting!

Savimbi

Submitted 9:38 am, December 13, 2018

How can UHC benefit those marginalized community?

Dr. Illakkuvan

Submitted 3:24 am, December 12, 2018

The intersection of these three pillars aims to create an environment in which Universal Health Coverage -UHC is a measurable and achievable goal.

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