Tag Archives: SDGs
Malawi - Mar 2012 - Jessica Scranton Malawi

HFG Experts Co-Author Lancet Paper on Quality Maternal Health Care

While the international community is dedicated to ending preventable maternal and child deaths, and helping countries achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), there are still questions about how best to reach those goals. Substantial progress has been made in the last several years, but more than 300,000 women die each year giving birth and nearly […]

Implementing Universal Health Coverage on the Ground: The View from Four Countries

With the passage of the new Sustainable Developments Goals, Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is quickly becoming the new North Star guiding global health development. UHC means everyone can get quality, affordable health care, even those who are traditionally marginalized or vulnerable. But reaching this destination won’t be easy – for any country. UHC is new […]

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IHP+ UHC 2030: Building a Partnership to Sustain Health Systems

Last week, nearly 100 experts and policy makers from countries gathered in Geneva, Switzerland for the “UHC 2030 Multi-stakeholder Consultation: Building a Partnership to Sustain Health Systems.” Organized by IHP+, the consultative meeting brought together stakeholders from low- and middle-income country representatives, civil society organizations, and donors. Their aim was to start a “movement for […]

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