IHP+ has transformed into UHC2030. You can still access the old IHP+ website and resources for now, and read about the transformation process here.
UHC2030 provides a multi-stakeholder platform to promote collaborative working at global and country levels on health systems strengthening. We advocate increased political commitment to UHC and facilitate accountability and knowledge sharing.
In countries receiving external assistance, we continue to promote adherence to effective development cooperation principles as the most important way to ensure coordination around HSS.
UHC2030 nurtures a shared global vision for health systems through framing emerging priorities, identifying bottlenecks and making collectively proposed recommendations to accelerate progress towards UHC. Together, partners and related initiatives collaborate around these areas of work.
UHC2030 encourages partners and related initiatives to coordinate their efforts on health systems strengthening. This particularly applies in low- and middle-income countries, where multiple partners provide development cooperation to support health systems strengthening.
UHC2030 builds political momentum around a joint vision of health systems strengthening for UHC and advocates for sufficient, appropriate and well-coordinated resource allocation to health systems. Advocacy focuses on affecting policy at country, regional and global levels.
UHC2030 aims to facilitate accountability for progress towards universal health coverage and contribute to a more integrated approach to accountability for health in the SDGs.
UHC2030 encourages the exchange of knowledge and learning between and across partners and related initiatives in order to promote a coordinated approach to health systems strengthening for universal health coverage at country and global levels.
CSOs are building their constituency for a strong equity-focused and people-led movement for UHC and have set up the UHC2030 Civil Society Engagement Mechanism. CSOs are also invited to become UHC2030 partners and sign the global compact.