HOSTED BY

Government of Japan • World Bank • World Health Organization • UNICEF • UHC2030 • JICA

Universal Health Coverage Forum - Health For All

Among the hundreds of partner-led activities that will mark UHC Day around the world, there will be a historic UHC Forum in Tokyo from 12-15 December to galvanize collective action toward #HealthForAll.

  Tune in on 12/13 and 12/14 to watch the livestream in Japanese and English

JOIN US
IN TOKYO

ENSURING HEALTH FOR ALL

Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is about ensuring that people have access to the health care they need without suffering financial hardship. It also helps drive better health and development outcomes.

A HIGH-LEVEL FORUM

Join us for a high-level forum on universal health coverage, jointly organized by the Government of Japan, the World Bank, the World Health Organization, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), UHC2030 and JICA. The Forum will be held at the Tokyo Prince Hotel in Japan, in collaboration with the Japan Center for International Exchange.

PROGRAM
SUMMARY

12 DECEMBER

Civil society organization and partner side events
(Open to the public; please click here for the program and information on individual events)

13 DECEMBER

Ministerial and technical discussions
(By invitation only)

14 DECEMBER

High-level forum
(By invitation only; w
atch the livestream in Japanese and English)

Innovation Showcase
(Open to the public; flyer in English and Japanese)

Evening public event
(Open to the public; learn more and register here)

15 DECEMBER

Civil society organization and partner side events
(Open to the public; please click here for the program and information on individual events)

GOALS &
PARTICIPANTS

GALVANIZING DIVERSE PARTNERS

The UHC Forum aims to galvanize the health sector, countries, development partners, civil society and the private sector toward the common goal of UHC, including pandemic preparedness, and highlighting country success and breakthrough experiences to accelerate the progress of UHC.

The agenda will include a mix of plenary and parallel sessions with expected attendance of more than 300 high-level policymakers (heads of state, ministers of health and finance) and experts including representatives from ministries of finance and health from low- and middle-income countries, experts from bilateral and multilateral institutions, civil society organizations, private sector institutions and academic institutions.

Download the forum logistics guide here.

For more information about the UHC Forum 2017 and regular updates, please contact the coordination team.