By Devex Editor - Universal health coverage is an ambitious yet achievable goal, but it won't come cheap. In order to achieve UHC, significant public, as well as private, funding is needed.
By Sara Jerving - Twenty-year old Safia Ali Abdi had never been to the doctor before she lined up at a mobile clinic under an acacia tree one October morning this year.
By Devex Editor - Speaking during Global Goals Week in New York, World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus emphasized the need to achieve universal health coverage by 2030.
By Daniil Golubev - Moving towards universal health coverage requires strengthened health systems.
By Helen Morgan - Indonesia’s vast scattering of over 17,000 islands — of which some 8,000 are inhabited — have some of the highest rates of maternal mortality in Southeast Asia.
By Helen Morgan, Naomi Mihara - Indonesia has some of the highest rates of maternal mortality in Southeast Asia.
By Katja Iversen, Michael Myers - In India, if you are living in poverty, you and up to four family members should be able to access select inpatient health services at little to no cost.
By Andrew Green - Advocates for universal health coverage this week lauded the way that global political agendas have integrated health issues in recent years.
By Catherine Cheney - Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, spends $35 to fully immunize a child. But it would spend $36 or $37 per child if that extra investment meant better tracking and therefore savings over time.
By Sophie Cousins - Newly published estimates on child mortality from tuberculosis paint a dismal picture.
By Andrew Green - It was Rebecca Sutenga's seventh pregnancy, but it was the first time anyone from the government health system had ever come to check on her.
By Malia Politzer - At least 400 million people globally lack access to essential health services such as immunization, family planning services and primary care hospitals.
By Malia Politzer - What happens to the goal of achieving universal health coverage when natural disaster or war hit?
By Jenny Lei Ravelo - Over the past five years, the bilateral donor has become a vocal proponent in the push for universal health coverage.
By Sophie Edwards - Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the new director-general of the World Health Organization, has called on governments to stop dragging their heels and making excuses.