UHC

Universal Health Coverage: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights on the Agenda

Universal Health Coverage: Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights on the Agenda is a discussion paper jointly produced by Countdown 2030 Europe and Action for Global Health. This paper seeks to show how the WHO definition of...[more]


UHC: A key mechanism for achieving health for all

This 2 page briefing explores the core principles of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and gives recommendations to the UK government on assisting developing countries to achieve UHC.[more]


Teeth for the Tiger

‘Strengthening the Role of the World Health Organisation in Global Health’: The 2012 conference of Action for Global Health (AfGH) was organised by Oxfam Deutschland, Terre des Hommes, and Deutsche Stiftung Weltbevoelkerung (DSW)...[more]


Making Health a Right for All: Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and Nutrition

The road to UHC will look different in every country, both in how it is financed and how the health system is structured. But it is clear that UHC must deliver on nutrition, in order to fully realise the right to health. [more]


Realising the Right to health for all: Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

This discussion paper, created with WaterAid, explores why Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) must be included in a comprehensive definition of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and how this can be done. It demonstrates the way...[more]


Making Health a Right for All: Universal Health Coverage and Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis (TB) is widely perceived as a disease of the past. However, the latest available data from the World Health Organisation (WHO) shows a different reality. This paper was created in collaboration with ACTION and aims...[more]


Making Health a Right for all: Universal Health Coverage and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

Action for Global Health and Countdown 2015 Europe explore in this joint paper why SRHR must be included in a comprehensive definition of UHC and how this can be done. It aims to envisage UHC in a way that effectively respects,...[more]