Building Back Health

Future-proofing health systems for all


To deliver on the promise of universal health coverage by 2030, we need to ensure that both current and future pandemics leave no one behind.

This series explores how we can build back health systems that are more effective, equitable, and preventive. COVID-19 must be the turning point — not the missed opportunity — to future-proof health systems for all.

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Smile Train

Smile Train

Smile Train empowers local medical professionals with training, funding, and resources to provide free cleft surgery and comprehensive cleft care to children globally. We advance a sustainable solution and scalable global health model for cleft treatment, drastically improving children’s lives, including their ability to eat, breathe, speak, and ultimately thrive.

IntraHealth International

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IntraHealth International is a global health nonprofit that has worked in over 100 countries since 1979. They improve the performance of health workers and strengthen the systems in which they work so that everyone everywhere has the health care they need to thrive.

SCI Foundation

SCI Foundation

SCI Foundation works to improve the health of the most marginalised by supporting governments in sub-Saharan Africa to prevent and treat people affected by neglected infectious diseases. Working in partnership with governments, SCIF supports and facilitates public health programmes that reduce the impact of preventable diseases like schistosomiasis (SCH) and soil-transmitted helminthiasis (STH).