Improving Women’s Health through Universal Health Coverage
Women’s health should be a priority of any health policy. Around the world, women suffer from unequal access to health services. Universal health coverage (UHC) can help expand access to quality, essential women’s health services when it is designed, implemented and monitored properly. UHC has proven a powerful driver for women’s health in low- and middle-income countries.
Please join us for this roundtable discussion, which will explore the linkages between women’s health and UHC, highlighting the opportunities provided by UHC as a central component of the post-2015 health agenda.
Chaired by Jonathan Quick, CEO, Management Sciences for Health
- Jeffrey Sachs, Director, Earth Institute at Columbia University
- Katja Iversen, CEO,Women Deliver
- María Antonieta Alcalde, Director of Advocacy, IPPF Western Hemisphere Region
Refreshments will be served.
Limited space. RSVP by June 18 to firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Aspen institute
- Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health and Development at the Aspen Institute
- Health for All Post 2015
- Management Sciences for Health
- Mission of Zambia
- Mission Permanente de la France Aupres Des Nations Unies
- One Million Community Health Worker Campaign
- Women Deliver