Advocacy - UHC2030

Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is an inherently political agenda, and political will is essential to secure and sustain investment in health and drive appropriate health system reforms. 

UHC2030 aims to build political momentum around a joint vision of health systems strengthening for UHC and advocate for sufficient, appropriate and well-coordinated resource allocation to health systems. 

Our advocacy focuses on affecting policy at country, regional and global levels. This means engaging with all our partners and stakeholders, including related initiatives and networks. Across the breadth of the partnership at country and global levels, we hope to grow the UHC movement and employ a variety of tactics including lobbying, popular mobilisation and media education.

While the domestic resource mobilisation is key to achieve UHC, advocacy efforts of the partnership in effective development cooperation (EDC) remain important. This should be within a broader advocacy agenda for the equitable and sustainable strengthening of health systems and progress towards UHC.

As a multi-stakeholder partnership, UHC2030 can add value by convening partners to strengthen common messaging, and coordinate strategies and activities to affect positive change for accelerated and equitable progress towards UHC. It can help to bring together more technical and political partners, bridge advocacy efforts between the country and global levels, and leverage planned processes and events as appropriate.

Support the UHC movement

Download: Universal Health Coverage advocacy guide

Download: Cross-programmatic advocacy note

Download: Why should advocates for health in fragile settings get behind UHC?


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