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.
With the cooperation of the World Health Organization
Please note this is a closed, invitation only event.
Event26 April 2023
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