Action Agenda

An Action Agenda from the UHC Movement has been drafted by an inclusive, multi-stakeholder Task Force, which brings together twenty representatives from UHC2030 constituencies and beyond. Building on the 2019 Key Asks and 2019 Political Declaration commitment areas on universal health coverage (UHC), the Action Agenda is based on recent literature and latest data, including the State of UHC Commitment Review to address current global health challenges. 

The Action Agenda, with action-oriented policy recommendations and concrete milestones, will be presented to the President of the General Assembly ahead of the 2023 UHC political declaration negotiation.

Action Agenda public consultation

On the 6th of January 2023, UHC2030 launched a public consultation process on the Action Agenda from the UHC Movement. The aim of the consultation is to seek feedback on the high-level political messages in the Action Agenda drafted by the Task Force.

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UHC2030 invites you to participate, as an individual or a representative of your country, organisation, or community, to provide feedback on the high-level political messages in the Action Agenda. The consultation should take approximately 10 minutes to complete. The consultation will be open until 6th February 2023 and will be available in English, French and Spanish.

Action Agenda consultation

UN HLM Task Force on UHC

The UN HLM Task Force brings together a group of twenty representatives from UHC2030 constituencies and beyond to lead the development of the Action Agenda for universal health coverage ahead of the 3 UN HLMs on health in 2023, the main advocacy tool from the UHC Movement in 2023.

The Task Force is also instrumental in providing political advocacy and strategic communications support to UHC2030 in the lead-up to the 3 UN HLM on health in 2023. 

Members of the task force include: 

  • Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF) 
  • Centro De Estudios Para La Equidad y Gobernanza En Los Sistema De Salud 
  • CSEM Advisory Group 
  • Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance  
  • Georgia 
  • European Commission [representing EC, UK and Japan] 
  • Health Data Collaborative
  • Health Systems Global 
  • International Council of Nurses (ICN)
  • International Organization for Migration (IOM) 
  • International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) 
  • Johnson & Johnson 
  • Republic of Ghana 
  • UNITE Parliamentarians Network for Global Health 
  • United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) 
  • UN Foundation 
  • UN Major Group for Children and Youth 
  • Women in Global Health (WGH) 

The Task Force will work until September 2023 to call for meaningful commitments and actions from the General Assembly to advance progress towards UHC and delivering health for all.

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