Africa Leads the Way: UHC Report
HGHI has partnered with The Access Challenge on the One by One: Target 2030 campaign, which is designed to drive collaboration among all African governments to achieve universal health coverage (UHC). Published on June 5, 2020, the joint report “Africa Leads the Way: Harnessing Multi-sectoral Collaboration to Achieve UHC” provides a framework for achieving UHC by 2030 and building resilience against external threats like climate change by applying multi-sectoral approaches.
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World Breastfeeding Week
August 1-7, 2020
One by One: Target 2030 is supporting this year’s World Breastfeeding Week to advocate for increased visibility and commitment to supporting breastfeeding as a core part of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) services. The One by One campaign is highlighting breastfeeding as one of the key health practices needed in order to achieve and sustain high quality, accessible health coverage for all, by keeping costs low and addressing poor health outcomes before they can arise
Using the recently launched, “UHC Multi-Sectoral Framework” designed by Harvard Global Health Institute and The Access Challenge, the campaign is taking a closer look into the role that different sectors and actors play in promoting breastfeeding, and preventing child and maternal mortality within comprehensive UHC.
Visit: www.onebyone2030.org/worldbreastfeedingweek to see the toolkit, and share widely.
We invite you to join us in calling for greater inclusion of breastfeeding in UHC advocacy through sharing our materials and engaging in conversation on social media, and through referring to the educational and promotional resources on our website to learn more.
Share your success story: The One by One: Target 2030 campaign is calling for case studies or best practices on multi-sectoral approaches in promoting breastfeeding and universal health coverage to share with partners around the world. We plan to feature these stories on our website and through social media. To find out more and submit your case study, check out the link.