The Health for All Advocacy Toolkit provides national-level civil society organizations (CSOs) and health networks with the necessary resources to kick-start advocacy initiatives on universal health coverage (UHC).
Health budget literacy, advocacy and accountability is critical for civil society and other stakeholders to influence decision-making processes for universal health coverage (UHC).
WHO’s support to Member States promotes a concept of UHC which includes the need to foster multi-stakeholder policy dialogue on issues linked to UHC reform.
Strengthening health systems, with a focus on equity and resilience, is crucial for UHC and health security and contributes to wider socioeconomic progress.
This document sets out the terms of reference for collaboration among the World Health
Organization (WHO), the World Bank and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and
Development (OECD) to provide joint Secretariat support for UHC2030.
The UHC2030 Steering Committee is the decision making body, responsible for setting overall
strategic directions and oversight of the Partnership.
This Data Portal provides a single interface to access and visualize UHC and Health System data sets from global indicator repositories, policy reviews, surveys, media sources, and country consultations.
7 Behaviours for effective development cooperation
For countries that receive external development assistance, adhering to effective development cooperation principles is still the most effective way to ensure coordination around health systems strengthening. The seven behaviours are critical areas where
South-South Cooperation involves the exchange of technology, knowledge or skills among low-income or middle-income countries. In distinction to Triangular Cooperation, it does not include financial or technical assistance by a traditional bilateral or mul
Mutual accountability monitoring
The 2016 monitoring round tracked eight effective development cooperation practices in the health sector using indicators for both governments and for development partners. This broadly mapped onto the 'seven behaviours', a number of critical areas where