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19 September 2023: Integrating financing to achieve UHC and NCD SDG targets

This high-level roundtable on the sidelines of the 78th Session of the UN General Assembly aims to bring together key policymakers, institutions, and civil society stakeholders across health financing, Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) to share examples of good practice and learnings in UHC and NCD financing including integrated primary health care.

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With the cooperation of the World Health Organization

Please note this is a closed, invitation only event. 

Previous events

Event26 April 2023

Road to 2030: Forging a New NCD path based on hard-won lessons

    Join Access Accelerated and our partners during the World Health Assembly to officially launch the six-year report, Key Lessons in Advancing Access to NCD Care: Collaboration, Connectivity, Community,…

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Event6 March 2023

24 March: Chatham House hosts Improving Access to Healthcare: Effective Partnerships with Industry

How can effective measurement and reporting support global partnerships aiming to improve access to healthcare?   This March 24, Chatham House in partnership with Boston University and Access Accelerated, will host a robust dialogue…

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Event20 January 2023

World Bank hosts ministerial event: "Rebuilding wellbeing in the aftermath of the pandemic"

  This coming January 24, the World Bank and the Ministry of Health of Chile host a ministerial event that brings together Finance and Health ministers, senior government representatives and…

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Event15 November 2022

Accelerating UHC: Key lessons in scaling NCD care to achieve health for all

Rewatch the broadcast   To mark Universal Health Coverage Day, Access Accelerated and our strategic partners host a timely conversation with policymakers, leaders investors, innovators and implementors on accelerating Universal…

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Event22 July 2022

EVENT: Unlocking the potential for collective impact

A UNGA special side event Unlocking the potential for collective impact: Finding the hidden benefits of partnering for noncommunicable diseases    REGISTRATIONS CLOSED   There has been a universal call…

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Event22 April 2017

World Health Summit: Tackling Barriers to Cancer Treatment and Care

On Sunday, Oct. 15 in Berlin, Access Accelerated joined forces with Roche, Charité and the M8 Alliance to host a panel at the WORLD HEALTH SUMMIT titled, “Tackling Barriers to…

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All events

Event recordings

  • Road to 2030: Forging a new NCD path based on hard won lessons

  • Improving access to healthcare: Effective partnerships with industry

  • Highlights: Accelerating UHC

  • Highlights: Unlocking the potential of collective impact

  • TICAD 2019: Accelerating Sustainable UHC by Improving Access to NCD Care

  • Highlights from Access Accelerated at WHA72

  • UNGA 2018 Full Panel Discussion: Working Together to Translate Words into Action

  • UNGA 2017: The Power of Public-Private Partnerships

  • Highlights from IFPMA @WHA70 Partnerships and the SDGs: Accelerating Access to NCD

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