Access Today: February 2023 Newsletter
In this year’s first edition of Access Today, we kick off 2023 with a new event in partnership with Chatham House and Boston University, on how measurement and evaluation can help strengthen and expand access to disease prevention and treatment services in low- and middle-income countries.
We also marked World Cancer Day by exploring this year’s theme of “Closing the Care Gap” and how Access Accelerated is supporting countries to bridge the access gap to cancer care and treatment.
Also featured in the newsletter is a recap of the discussions from Tokyo on Accelerating UHC through an NCD response. The five key takeaways and highlights video offers excellent insights as we prepare for the coming year’s key milestone events on UHC, including the G7 Summit and UN High Level Meeting on UHC.
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