Sharing knowhow and joining forces towards Health for All

The MMI Network joins UHC2030

The MMI Network joins UHC2030

Basel/Geneva, 28 November 2017. "The UHC2030 narrative around strengthening people-centred health systems and promoting universal access to essential health services as a shared responsibility of national governments and international actors takes up key elements of our Network’s understanding of “health for all”. We therefore want to contribute to this new international partnership from within, as a critical civil society voice. We have actively participated in the process of transforming IHP+ into UHC2030, providing input on governance matters, the drafting of the guiding documents and the principles and modalities of engaging with civil society."

UHC2030 Interview with MMI Executive Secretary Thomas Schwarz:
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