Becoming a UHC partner

We warmly welcome everyone all those promoting UHC to join our movement and become a partner. UHC2030 partners include governments, international organisations, civil society and community organisations, philanthropic foundations and the private sector.

See our existing partners 

There is no financial contribution required to join UHC2030. All partners are requested to endorse the Global Compact as a sign of their commitment to take action to strengthen health systems for UHC. This requires an official communication to the UHC2030 Secretariat from a senior representative on behalf of governments or other entities.

Click here to endorse the Global Compact.

We also welcome close collaboration with related initiatives that focus on strengthening health systems.

Learn more about related initiatives 


What are the benefits of engaging with UHC2030?

We are a multi-stakeholder platform that brings together diverse voices and perspectives for the common goal of achieving UHC, sustains momentum around UHC commitments, and promotes collective action.

By joining UHC2030, countries and organisations can:

  • Engage in a single platform for mutual and comprehensive learning among all relevant stakeholders and across regions on what works in HSS.
  • Join hands to improve coordination, advocacy and accountability at all levels to ensure progressive realization of UHC.
  • Bring regional, country and constituency perspectives to the global health arena and influence the global agenda on health system issues that matter.
  • Promote the value of South-South cooperation and the importance of peer learning to support countries on the path to UHC.
  • Maintain a strong voice for country ownership and responsibility to set the political agenda, formulate and implement policies, and monitor progress towards achieving UHC.


Our principles

In efforts to strengthen health systems and achieve UHC, UHC2030 collectively subscribe to the following key principles to guide our action:

  • Leaving no one behind: a commitment to equity, non-discrimination and a rights-based approach
  • Transparency and accountability for results
  • Evidence-based national health strategies and leadership, with government stewardship to ensure availability, accessibility, acceptability and quality of service delivery
  • Making health systems everybody’s business – with engagement of citizens, communities, civil society and private sector
  • International cooperation based on mutual learning across countries regardless of development status and progress in achieving and sustaining UHC, and development effectiveness principles

How to get involved

Governments, international organisations and philanthropic foundations

  • Endorse the Global Compact and declare your commitment to UHC2030. 

  • Advocate for increased investment and political will for health systems strengthening and UHC.

  • Track progress and account for results.

  • Share stories through UHC2030 of insights and lessons learnt at country and global levels.

  • Share useful resources with other partners via the UHC2030 website.

  • Participate in technical working groups.

  • Engage with UHC Day on 12 December, the annual rallying point for the growing global movement for Health for All.  

Civil society and community organisations

  • Join the Civil Society Engagement Mechanism, UHC2030's civil society constituency
  • Endorse the Global Compact and declare your commitment to UHC2030. 
  • Advocate for increased investment and political will for health systems strengthening and UHC.
  • Track progress and account for results.
  • Share stories through UHC2030 of insights and lessons learnt at country and global levels.
  • Share useful resources with other partners via the UHC2030 website.
  • Engage with UHC Day on 12 December, the annual rallying point for the growing global movement for Health for All. 

Private sector entities

  • Join the Civil Society Engagement Mechanism, UHC2030's civil society constituency
  • Endorse the Global Compact and declare your commitment to UHC2030. 
  • Advocate for increased investment and political will for health systems strengthening and UHC.
  • Track progress and account for results.
  • Share stories through UHC2030 of insights and lessons learnt at country and global levels.
  • Share useful resources with other partners via the UHC2030 website.
  • Engage with UHC Day on 12 December, the annual rallying point for the growing global movement for Health for All. 

Related initiatives

  • Collaborate with UHC2030 by engaging with our areas of work and our technical working groups.
  • Promote UHC2030 and its work to strengthen the movement. 
  • Advocate for increased investment and political will for health systems strengthening and UHC.
  • Share stories through UHC2030 of news, insights and lessons learnt at country and global levels.
  • Engage with UHC Day on 12 December, the annual rallying point for the growing global movement for Health for All. 

Individuals

  • Promote UHC2030 both within your own government or organization, and externally to strengthen the UHC movement.
  • Write a blog or feature story about your insights and experiences of strengthening health systems for UHC for the UHC2030 website.
  • Share useful resources with other partners via the UHC2030 website.
  • Stay informed about the latest news and updates.
  • Engage with UHC Day on 12 December, the annual rallying point for the growing global movement for Health for All. 

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