11 déc. - 17 déc. 2020

Here are a list of events organised by partners around UHC Day 2020.

12 December 

On UHC Day, don’t forget to join the 24-hour #ProtectEveryone Virtual Rally, with three ways to participate: Create, Amplify, Move. While we may not be able to come together in person the way we have in the past, the goal is to recreate the energy, diversity and unity of a UHC Day rally, and get as many people involved as possible. Friends, family, colleagues all welcome, especially in a year where COVID-19 has made the fight for Health for All personal for just about everyone.

Check the UHC Day heat map to learn about what partners are doing around the world

 

11 December

Lives in the Balance: Achieving universal health coverage and leaving no one behind in a COVID-19 world

11 December 14:00 - 17:00 CET

Organised by PMNCH, UHC2030 and Core Group

Register here
 

Health for all: Protecting everyone through PHC-centred Universal Health Coverage. 

WHO’s new Primary Health Care Special Programme and the new WHO UHC Compendium of Health Interventions will be launched at this event.

11 December 14:00 - 15:25, CET

More information 

Event flyer 

Livestream link

Midwives and nurses and universal health coverage: women  for access to services during COVID-19 times

11 December  15:30-17:30

Organised by France, WHO, UHC2030 and Global Health Workforce Network.

Interpretation will be available in English - French.

Event flyer  and Event flyer in French

Register here 

Universal Health Coverage (UHC) Day Knowledge Event Public Financial Management for UHC2030: Global Directors’ Conversations

11 December 7:15 – 8:15 am  EST

The World Bank’s Governance Global Practice in collaboration with Health, Nutrition and Population Global Practice and Global Financing Facility

Watch on YouTube

 

Other events in December

Launch of Global Health Expenditure Report 2020

9 December 15:00-16:15 CET

Organised by WHO

Join the meeting here.
 

Steering, not drifting, rowing, not sinking – a new WHO strategy for navigating private sector engagement for UHC

10 December, 15:00-17:00 CET

Organised by WHO, UHC2030

More information and event flyer

Register here 

Celebrating Ten Years of Joint Learning Towards UHC

10 December, 13:30-15:00 CET

Organised by the Joint Learning Network

Register here
 

Advancing Migrants’ Access to Universal Health Coverage in times of COVID-19

High Level Virtual Policy Discussion to commemorate Universal Health Coverage Day 2020

10 Dec 9:00-10:30am (EST) 3:00- 4:30pm (UTC+1)

Organised by the the International Organization for Migration, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the Group of Friends of Migration.

Event flyer

Register here

No health without mental health: The urgent need for mental health integration in Universal Health Coverage

10 Dec 15:00 PM -16:00 PM CET

Organised by UHC2030 Civil Society Engagement Mechanism

Register here 

 

Guiding Critical Decisions for UHC: A WHO Compendium to inform health service/benefit packages

14 December, 13:00-14:30 CET

Organised by WHO

Event flyer


Importance of multisectoral collaboration in times of COVID-19 

14 Dec  10.00 - 12.00 CET 

Organised by NHCO, Thailand; Ministry of Public Health Thailand; IHPP, Thailand; and WHO

Register here

Primary health care: transforming vision into action 

14 Dec 11:00 – 12:45 CET

Organised by the government of Kazahkstan, WHO and UNICEF

Event information here

Launch of WHO Social Participation Handbook

15 December 14:00 - 15.30 CET

Organised by WHO, UHC2030 and CSEM

Event flyer

Registration link 

Health Data Driving the SDGs and Defeating COVID-19: Accelerating Progress through Partnership

16 December, 14.00 - 16.00 CET

Organised by the Health Data Collaborative

Register here 

Find more information on the event webpage.

Sustaining lives and livelihoods: a decision framework for calibrating social and movement measures during the COVID-19 pandemic

17 December 14 :00-15 :00 CET

Organised by WHO and OECD

Discussion plus launch of new paper from the Civil Society Engagement Mechanism for UHC2030 (CSEM), in partnership with Equal International. It presents the health and economic impacts of COVID-19 policies and containment measures on populations who are most at risk and marginalized along with six recommendations for governments, addressing the negative effects of containment measures on people’s health and economies.

Event flyer

Register here

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