one by one UHC Webinar & Report Launch
Finding Opportunity in Crisis:
How to Use COVID-19 to Build Better UHC Systems in Africa
June 5th, 2020 • 10:00 -11:30 am EST • 5:00-6:30 PM EAT
In Partnership with:
UHC WEBINAR & REPORT LAUNCH
In discussion with H.E. former President Jakaya Kikwete, senior Africa officials, and global health experts, this high-level webinar will focus on how the COVID-19 pandemic underscores a pressing need to implement UHC. Speakers will highlight how multi-sectoral collaboration is a pathway to achieving resilient, sustainable, and quality UHC in Africa by 2030.
At the event, Harvard Global Health Institute and The Access Challenge will launch the 2020 One by One UHC Report, “Africa Leads the Way: Harnessing Multi-sectoral Collaboration to Achieve UHC.” an outcome of One by One UHC Conference 2019, which occurred alongside the 74th UN General Assembly.
This is a webinar for African leadership, communities, and global partners to discuss how cooperation through the COVID-19 response can build the necessary foundation for equitable and affordable health systems for all.
Introduction and Welcome Address
H.E. Amira El Fadil
Commissioner of Social Affairs,
Dr. Naveen Rao
Senior Vice President,
The Rockefeller Foundation
H.E. Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete,
Former President of the United Republic of Tanzania
Dr. Mary-Ann Etiebet
Lead and Executive Director,
Merck for Mothers
Head of the Centre on Global Health Security, Chatham House
Q&A With the Speakers
President & CEO,
The Access Challenge
UHC REPORT LAUNCH
This report is an outcome of One by One UHC Conference 2019, which occurred alongside the 74th UN General Assembly. This report discusses the relationship between human health, climate change, and environmental resources such as water, food, and air, and their importance in achieving UHC in Africa. By focusing on access to nutritious food, clean water, and air as the building blocks of a healthy society, the report examines the relationship between diseases prevalent in Africa and these fundamental underlying causes. The Report also shows how if left unmitigated, climate change will undermine these critical multi-sectoral efforts to improve health.