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Self-paced e-learning

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World Bank Group

World Bank Group – Open Learning Campus

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Length
1 week
Effort
1-2 hours per week
Level
Introductory
Language
English
Certificate
Yes
Price
Free

Course summary

This course on universal health coverage advocacy offers bitesize online modules to learn about UHC2030 Advocacy Guide.

Topics

Sustainable Development Goals
Good health and well-being for people
Subject
Health and Safety
Keywords
health care

About this course

This course on universal health coverage advocacy offers bitesize online modules to learn about UHC2030 Advocacy Guide.

The UHC2030 Advocacy Guide provides an overview of what universal health coverage is, why it matters and how you can mobilize bottom-up change at the grassroots and community level to influence national level policies and make meaningful health system reforms, ensuring that no one is left behind.

The guide aims to share specific tools to help you call on policy and decision makers to focus on improving any and all of the three pillars of Healthy systems for universal health coverage – a joint vision for healthy lives: service delivery, health financing and governance. The intersection of these three pillars aims to create an environment in which UHC is a measurable and achievable goal – something we can all get behind.

Target audience

The UHC2030 Advocacy Guide is a resource to help a wide range of universal health coverage advocates – spanning government, parliamentarians, academia, civil society, the private sector and more – to conceptualize and execute successful advocacy strategies that advance UHC at community, regional, national and global levels.

Learning objectives

Understand an overview of UHC, explain why UHC matters, and delineate how one can mobilize bottom-up change to influence national-level policies and enact meaningful health system reforms.