Bringing together private sector entities working towards UHC

To ensure that the private sector is represented in the joint movement towards UHC, private sector entities working towards UHC are invited to join the UHC2030 Private Sector Constituency. 

The UHC2030 Private Sector Constituency will be the convening platform for private sector entities who wish to contribute to exchange on and collaborate towards UHC. The constituency will foster dialogue, convene and collaborate with private sector actors and provide a platform for interaction with the private sector for all UHC2030’s partners and health systems networks.

UHC2030 is a multi-stakeholder partnership

UHC2030 is a multi-stakeholder partnership for advocacy, accountability and coordination of health systems strengthening efforts to accelerate progress towards UHC. UHC2030 is guided by the principles set out in the UHC2030 Global Compact. As a multi-stakeholder partnership, UHC2030 includes governments, international organisations, civil society organisations, the private sector, academia, and media (more information here). 

Universal Health Coverage requires a coordinated effort by all partners

Universal health coverage (UHC) is based on the principle that all individuals and communities should have equitable access to quality essential health services without suffering financial hardship. 

UHC2030 partners recognize that achieving UHC will require coordinated efforts by all stakeholders across multiple sectors. To reach UHC by 2030 the partnership specifically recognizes the importance of engaging the private sector given its important role in health care, not only in high-income, but particularly in low- and middle-income countries. 

Current private sector constituency members

Accessible Quality Health Services, South Africa

Amref Enterprises Limited, Kenya

Apollo Hospital, India

Becton, Dickinson and Company, USA

Henry Schein, USA

International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations, Switzerland

Japan Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Association, Japan

Johnson Johnson, Belgium

Kenya Association of Pharmaceutical Industry, Kenya

MEDx eHealthCenter, Netherlands

Merck, USA

Mission & Co, Malaysia

Novartis, Switzerland

Novo Nordisk, Denmark

Organization of Pharmaceutical Producers of India, India

Ottobock, Germany

Pfizer, USA

Pharmaceutical Society of Kenya, Kenya

Royal Philips, Netherlands

Sanofi, France

Sumitomo Chemical Company, Japan

Takeda Pharmaceutical Company, Japan

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