Module 1: Key aspects of health and UHC
Section A: Universal health coverage
Section B: Right to health and international, regional and national commitments to UHC
A good opportunity to use local, country data, and to understand which instruments the country has ratified and how it has been made relevant for the local policy and legal frameworks.
Module 2: Introduction to public financing for health relevant for budget advocacy for universal health coverage
Section A: Introduction to public policy and its association with the budget in relation to UHC
The public budget is a reflection of a government’s public policy priorities. The first step in developing budget analysis and advocacy is to first understand what the key policy priorities are.
Section B: Introduction to the public budget and its relevance for UHC
Download: Activity: What budget classifications is my country using to organize health and UHC related expenditures?
Section C: Introduction to the budget cycle and links with planning universal health coverage
Section D: Budget information: key budget documents relevant for budget advocacy and useful resources to locate UHC related budget information
Section E: Transparency, access to information and citizen participation as key elements of budget advocacy and accountability
Section F: Budget analysis as a key tool for budget advocacy for UHC
In this section, you can engage with budget numbers and have the opportunity to do budget analysis using their country’s budget figures:
"To make real, consistent and sustainable progress towards UHC, the global community needs to consider stronger investments in civil society and communities’ work on policy change, resource mobilisation and accountability."