WHS 2017: Equitable Access to Universal Health Coverage & Care
Ensuring equitable access to universal health coverage has many dimensions. New models are emerging around the world which ensure inclusiveness by strengthening social participation. These include new mechanisms like people’s health assemblies and other forms of participation that ensure citizens and patients voices in the setting of priorities. The recognition of social participation is also reflected in the strong engagement of civil society in the new global Alliance for UHC 2030. Strengthening accountability and advocacy are central to accelerate progress towards universal health coverage.
Prof. Dr. Ilona Kickbusch
The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies | Global Health Center | Director | Switzerland
Prof. Dr. Amirhossein Takian
Tehran University of Medical Sciences | Global Health and Policy | Chair | Iran
H.E. Dr. Raymonde Goudou Coffie
Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene | Minister | Ivory Coast
Hosted by: M8 Alliance, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies.
This workshop is part of the World Health Summit 2017. For more information, visit the event website.