Action Agenda from the UHC Movement

The Action Agenda is a set of action-oriented policy recommendations that country leaders should implement to strengthen resilient and equitable health systems, advance universal health coverage and health security, and deliver health for all by 2030.

State of UHC commitment: synthesis 2022

The State of UHC Commitment Review is a political, country-focused and action-oriented tool that complements the more technical and global UHC monitoring report focusing on UHC indicators for service coverage and financial protection.

State of UHC commitment: synthesis 2021

The State of commitment to universal health coverage brings a unique multi-stakeholder view to a simple question: Are countries acting on their commitments to UHC?

Healthy systems for universal coverage: Joint vision for healthy lives

A key document for UHC2030, and a broader resource for the global community to inform collaboration on the health systems strengthening (HSS) and universal health coverage (UHC) agenda.

Time to get our act together on UHC and health emergencies

UHC2030 will launch a discussion paper to consolidate our vision for resilient health systems, and priority actions for both emergency preparedness and UHC goals. With this, we aim to bring partners together around common messages on public health actions

UHC2030 Global Compact

All signatories to UHC2030’s Global Compact for progress towards universal health coverage commit to work together with renewed urgency to accelerate progress towards UHC, through building and expanding equitable, resilient and sustainable health systems.

The Key Asks from the UHC Movement

Everyone, everywhere should have access to quality and affordable health services. We call on political leaders to legislate, invest and collaborate with whole of society to make universal health coverage (UHC) a reality.

Action on health systems, for universal health coverage and health security

Strengthening health systems, with a focus on equity and resilience, is crucial for UHC and health security and contributes to wider socioeconomic progress.