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Our team at the Core Group Conference #GHPCKenya in #Nairobi is happy to engage as we continue to #leveragelinklearn on how to strengthen #communityhealth initiatives, with one goal of achieving Universal Health Coverage #UHC cc @SmileTrain @COREGroupDC @UHC2030
Thanks to Coalition member, @Living_Goods, Faith, & the entire Thika Branch team for hosting @COREGroupDC #GHPCKenya participants yesterday! Great to see your partnership w/Kiambu County up close. Well supported #CHWs save lives! #HealthForAll #ICT4D #datasaveslives #UHC
Thank you to Social Democracy in Asia (Socdem Asia), Danish Social Democratic Party (SDP), Office of Senator @risahontiveros and the Active Citizenship Foundation for inviting @WHOPhilippines as a resource for LGU participants on the topic of Realizing #UHC in the Philippines.
We continue our @thelancet commission work to integrate #PalliativeCare care into universal health coverage #UHC. Visit @thelancetglobalhealth for a new letter Thx to co-authors Liliana De Lima and Lukas Radbruch @IAHPC @RifatAtun @AfsanBhadelia https://www.thelancet.com/action/showPdf?pii=S2214-109X%2819%2930323-7 …
Really? 🙆🏾♀️ Health is clearly a business! KNH to put up Sh15bn seven-storey private hospital https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/markets/marketnews/KNH-to-put-up-Sh15bn-seven/3815534-5309980-12egk2jz/index.html … via @BD_Africa
People completely sat in meetings and decided to increase even more the gap of the have and have not in accessing quality & affordable healthcare. While KNH (public) continues to use old non-functional life saving equipments.Don't be surprised if someone links that to #UHC
Great piece on #UHC by Ms Catherine Maina, a nephrology nurse- ‘We need a free, publicly funded healthcare system’ @KenyaMedics_KMA puts it this way - ‘Kenya requires tax-funded, public-led & public-driven Healthcare to achieve #UHC’ @LukoyeAtwoli @mdjkitulu @JKARAMANA @lizzgitau
Our Acting Director, Hayley Jones, setting the scene for the law and #UHC panel at #2019WCLS. Law is a powerful tool in advancing UHC - used effectively, it is an enabler of good health practices, better health outcomes, and reduced health inequities.
"“Look at health issues of the nation, it caters differently for the haves and the have-nots. I understand why people with medical aids are opposed to the NHI, but why do we have classes in the health sector when we preach democracy and equal rights? ”' #NHI #UHC