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Featured event: WHA77

28 May 2024, Geneva

Ensuring effective, sustainable financing for NCDs is critical to achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. With key discussions on the horizon, including the 2nd WHO-World Bank Second Global Dialogue on Sustainable Financing for NCDs and Mental Health (June 2024) and the 4th UN High-Level Meeting on NCDs (September 2025), Access Accelerated hosts a special WHA side event.

Featuring country insights and local perspectives, the solutions-oriented discussion will center on building local expertise in LMICs. Discussions will explore:

  • concrete actions needed in the next three and more years to empower LMICs to improve NCD financing
  • innovative, country-led approaches for strengthening national health and NCD priorities, all on the path to achieving universal health coverage
  • both traditional and alternative financing models and their potential for scalability across countries.

Please note this is a closed, invitation only event.

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