Universal Health Coverage Day 2014: "Because UHC is Attainable"

Universal Health Coverage Day 2014: "Because UHC is Attainable"

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Staff contributors at Management Sciences for Health (MSH), a founding member of the UHC Day coalition, are blogging this week about universal health coverage, including sharing fresh videos, photos, and analysis, inspired by the five reasons to support health for all. Each day we also include how you can take action right away to support health for all.

Today, we highlight reason two ("Because UHC is attainable") with video and stories from Ethiopia, Kenya, and Nigeria--countries working toward UHC.

Because Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is Attainable

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Through Health for All: Campaign for Universal Health Coverage in Africa (Health for All), Management Sciences for Health (MSH) has supported country-based efforts toward universal health coverage and health for all in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Nigeria.

Watch video: Health for All: Campaign for UHC in Africa

 

Recent updates from Health for All: Campaign for UHC in Africa

Health for All: Ethiopia

Health for All: Kenya

Health for All: Nigeria

Take action

  • @UHC_Day ]" width="200">Join the global coalition supporting health for all. Show your support for health for all now. Add the UHC Day logo to your website or social media page with a message, such as:
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  • Find an event near you. Several cities, including London, New York, and New Delhi, are hosting UHC Day events on Friday, December 12. Health for All: Campaign for UHC in Africa is hosting several forums on universal health coverage in Kenya.
  • Watch this space all week for videos and photos, analysis, and daily actions. (Visit us on Facebook and Twitter for extras and interactives not included here.)

(Want to do more right now? Read the UHC Day toolkit for more ideas now.)

 

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