UHC Blog series
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in UHC
Grace Bagdon, UHC Series
When developing healthcare systems equipped for the future, it is essential that we consider the persistent and emerging health trends that are present in the global population. Autoimmune disease incidence rates, while still uncommon, have been on the rise for the past several decades...
Urbanization Is an Opportunity to Advance UHC in African Cities
Harnessing aspects of urban design to prevent illness and promote population health has the potential to ease health system burdens and thereby facilitate universal health coverage.
Digital Solutions for Maternal Health in the Era of COVID-19
While health systems around the world fight the pandemic, we must also remain focused on mothers, and cannot allow the pandemic to undo recent gains made in maternal health - digital tools are revealing themselves as our best weapon in this fight.
UHC Means No Hunger
The Access Challenge and the Harvard Global Health Institute
On October 16, 2020, the One by One: Target 2030 campaign honored World Food Day, marking the 75th Anniversary of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
Immunizations in Complex Humanitarian Emergencies
We must consider the necessity of Universal Health Coverage if we want to ensure that populations affected by Complex Humanitarian Emergencies have access to healthcare including immunization programs.