We encourage everyone who promotes UHC to join our movement and become a partner. This includes but is not limited to governments, international organisations, civil society organisations, the private sector, academia, and media. We also welcome close collaboration with related initiatives that focus on health systems strengthening.
Historically, we have 66 partners who signed up to the International Health Partnership + (IHP+) Global Compact as part of the IHP+ initiative since 2007. Read about our history here.
As part of the transformation process from IHP+ to UHC2030, we invite all our existing partners to sign the new UHC2030 global compact. We also invite new partners to join our movement. Read about how to become a new partner. UHC2030 has a broad membership drawn from the following constituencies
- Burkina Faso
- Cape Verde
- Côte d'Ivoire
- DR of Congo
- El Salvador
- European Union / European Commission
- Guinea Bissau
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- United Kingdom
- United States - USAID
Multilateral organisations and global health initiatives
- African Development Bank
- GAVI Alliance
- Global Fund to Fight AIDS TB & Malaria
- International Labour Organization
- World Bank
Civil Society Organizations play an important role at global and country levels and can become formal UHC2030 partners.
We have our first CSOs joining!
- African Platform for Universal Health Coverage (UHC)
- Amref Health Africa
- BRAC, Bangladesh
- Community Working Group on Health (CWGH) Zimbabwe
- Medicus Mundi International Network (MMI)
UHC2030 welcomes partnership with the private sector. If you are interested, please contact us info@UHC2030.org