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The impact of Nigeria’s Saving One Million Lives Programme for Results

Nigeria's Saving One Million Lives Programme for Results (SOML-PforR), launched with World Bank support significantly improved maternal, newborn, and child health by emphasizing results-based funding, transparency, and data-driven decision-making, showcasing a...

Indonesia pushes for health transformation
Indonesia pushes for health transformation

Indonesia's Coordinating Economic Minister Airlangga Hartarto has underscored the need for health transformation to achieve the Golden Indonesia 2045 vision.According to Antara News, as report by Rahmad Nasution, on June 6, 2024, Coordinating Minister for Economic...

New Zealand: Health budget 2024
New Zealand: Health budget 2024
New Zealand

New Zealand's 2024 health budget prioritizes frontline health services and workers to ensure healthcare access for all citizens.The top three new health investments (operating and capital) include: (1) hospital and specialist services, (2) primary, community, and...

Sláintecare progress monitoring 2021-2023

The Sláintecare report, published in 2017 provides the basis for Ireland’s efforts towards Universal Health Coverage. The strategy specific to the 2021-2023 period outlined two priority areas and identified programs to improve quality and accessibility of care. This...

European and African financing for health and universal health coverage

Paper reviews European and African health financing efforts and recommends quality investments aligned with local needs to achieve universal health coverage.The document explores the current landscape of health financing efforts in Europe and Africa, focusing on...

Tunisia Health Systems Profile

Since independence, Tunisia has made significant progress in human development, quality of life and disease control. More than 80% of the Tunisian population is covered by an explicit mechanism, based either on mandatory individual contributions (CNAM) or by a...

Societal dialogue on the National Health Policy project

The draft national health policy (PNS) is based on a 2030 vision for universal health coverage. It was developed as part of the second phase of the societal dialogue on national health policies, strategies and plans, following a participatory and inclusive process.The...

Chatam House: Driving universal health reforms through crises and shocks

Final Report of the Chatham House Commission on universal health coverage. Crises and shocks can serve as catalysts for driving universal health coverage reforms. There is a need for strategic investments and efficient resource management to achieve equitable and...