UHC2030 Consultation meeting
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The 'IHP for UHC 2030' multi-stakeholder consultation took place on 22-23 June. Following unanimous agreement for transformation by all IHP+ partners, a broad range of stakeholders gathered for this two-day consultation meeting. Over 100 representatives from low-, middle- and high-income country governments, civil society organizations, international agencies and institutions, private sector and research institutions converged to explore key issues.
The two-day consultation process was a critical stage in transforming IHP+ and explored the strategic direction and scope of work of UHC 2030.
Stakeholders discussed UHC 2030’s role in advocacy both globally and locally, and how it can be a broker for sharing experience, lessons learnt and good practice in effective development cooperation, health systems strengthening and making progress towards UHC.
There will be a final report available soon, but for now you can find all the presentations below.
If you missed the live broadcast online, you can still watch the film of each day of the meeting here.
You can also look at our Twitter account and Tweets throughout the two days.
Presentations from the sessions
Session one: Launching the process of setting up IHP for UHC 2030
Report on IHP+ Steering Committee decisions from 21 June by Amir Hagos, State Minister of Health, FMoH, Ethiopia
Report from Ise Shima G7 Summit by Ambassador Koichi Aiboshi, Asst. Vice Minister for Global Issues, MOFA Japan
Session two: Keynote panel on general discussion of role, mandate and strategic direction
Slide on Vision for Health Insurance from presentation by Professor Srinath Reddy, Public Health Foundation of India
Video presentation by Viroj Tangcharoensathien, Senior Adviser, International Health Policy Program, Thailand
Session three: Civil society engagement mechanism
Report on civil society engagement with IHP for UHC 2030 by Bruno Rivalan, Head, Global Health Advocates, France
Session four: the role of IHP for UHC 2030 in strengthening advocacy and accountability locally and globally
The political economy of UHC and leaving no one behind by Jesse Bump, Lecturer, Harvard University
Health Data Collaborative: data for health and sustainable development by Ties Boerma, Director, WHO
Session five: IHP for UHC 2030 in tying together existing partnerships for HSS, UHC and knowledge management
Role for IHP for UHC 2030 by Agnes Soucat, Director of Health Systems, Governance and Financing, WHO
Session 6: Multi-sector aspects of UHC. The broader context and the potential role of UHC2030.
Essential Public Health Functions by Ed Kelly, Director, WHO
Health security by Satoshi Ezoe, MoHLW Japan
Session 7: Harmonisation and common approach for assessing country health systems – the way forward
Harmonisation and health systems assessments by Dheepa Rajan, Technical Officer, WHO
Session 8: UHC 2030 role in effective development cooperation (EDC)
The work of IHP+ by Marjolaine Nicod, WHO and Maxwell Dapaah, WBG IHP+ Core Team Leaders
Session 9: Areas where we need to develop better practice for ECD and HSS technical support: transition from low- to middle-income countries: smoothing the transition
Transition from low- to middle-income countries by Ariel Pablos-Mendez, USAID
Session 10: Areas where we need to develop better practice for EDC and HSS technical support: approaches for effective HSS in fragile states and countries under stress
Getting results in fragile settings by Nigel Pearson, Consultant, UK
Areas where we need to develop better practice by Agnes Soucat, Director, WHO
Session 11: Conclusion and recommendations
Wrap up and next steps by Lara Brearley, IHP+ Core Team
Please see more information about the transformation of IHP+ to 'IHP for UHC 2030' here.
- Joint Financial Management Assessments in Liberia and Sudan
Collaboration among development partners and government
- High-Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth
Synergies with UHC 2030
- Trailblazing south-south collaboration for UHC
Thailand promotes equal peer exchange and learning.