Where are Adolescents, Excluded Groups in UHC Monitoring?

“Expanding UHC is a political process. It is about who has voice and power in defining health priorities, for whom, and how fairly they are financed. How many countries have policies to ensure people with disabilities, living with HIV, mental health conditions or in humanitarian settings are getting their share of UHC benefits?”, states the IAP in commenting on the Tracking Universal Health Coverage 2017 Global Monitoring Report, launched  at the UHC2030 event in Tokyo (12-15 December).

Part of a small group of constituencies invited by the UHC2030 International Health Partnership to express their views on this important report prepared by the World Health Organization and the World Bank, the IAP and other commentaries may be accessed here: Commentaries on the Tracking Universal Health Coverage 2017 Global Monitoring Report.

To access the UHC global monitoring report: Tracking Universal Health Coverage 2017 Global Monitoring Report

For more information and news, see the UHC2030 website: Stakeholder voices on the Tracking Universal Health Coverage 2017 Global Monitoring Report