The United Nations unanimously endorses a historic resolution urging all countries to accelerate progress toward UHC as an essential priority for international development.
The Universal Health Coverage Coalition begins to celebrate 12 December as UHC Day, to hold leaders accountable to their promise of #HealthForAll.
The United Nations officially designates 12 December as International Universal Health Coverage Day.
A global movement calls on world leaders to Keep the Promise they made at the 2019 High-Level Meeting on UHC and achieve #HealthForAll by 2030.
Nearly one year after the first cases of COVID-19 were reported to the World Health Organization, UHC Day goes virtual, calling for investments in health systems that protect everyone.
This year's UHC Day marks the last celebration before the 2023 High-Level Meeting on UHC. It is an important moment to drive momentum for #HealthForAll by 2030.
Universal health coverage (UHC) ensures all people, everywhere, can get the quality health services they need without financial hardship. Every 12 December, advocates worldwide mobilize on UHC Day to call for strong, equitable health systems that leave no one behind.
With an ongoing global pandemic that has claimed millions of lives, the case for universal health coverage is clear. Join us to remind leaders that UHC is a moral and smart investment that can no longer wait.
Why is UHC so important? – Nina’s happy healthy family meal.
Nina and her family have all had different health problems, but they are now able to sit and enjoy a happy and healthy meal together. This is not the case for many people around the world, which is why universal health coverage is so important. Animation videos are available in 6 UN official languages.
12.12 Coordination Group, powered by UHC2030
The UHC Day Coordination Group (12.12.CG) is powered by UHC2030, a multi-stakeholder partnership driving the global movement to build strong health systems for universal health coverage.
Since its establishment in 2016, UHC2030 is proud to have supported partners around the world to organize events each UHC Day. Building on its experience and mandate, UHC2030 is uniquely positioned to coordinate UHC Day observations across the UN system and in countries around the world.
The Coalition of Partnerships for UHC and Global Health
Recognizing the need for greater collaboration and harmonization across health stakeholders and programmes, the Coalition of Partnerships for UHC and Global Health unites health leaders and advocates in a common goal to align advocacy and accountability efforts to achieve UHC and advance the SDGs.
The Coalition brings together a wide range of thematic areas, and its members include Stop TB Partnership, WHO Global NCD Platform, Partnership for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (PMNCH), the RBM Partnership to End Malaria, UNAIDS, UHC2030, and the NCD Alliance.