12 Stories on 12.12 Blog Series

Dec 12, 2018

Palliative Care is a Fundamental Right yet we are leaving MILLIONS behind
Beverley Sebastian, Executive Director, Island Hospice and Healthcare

Despite National Health Insurance Scheme, Ghana Can Do Better
Vicky Okine, Executive Director, Alliance for Reproductive Health Rights

Growing up too fast: Vietnamese adolescents living with HIV must navigate a changing health care system
Centre for Supporting Community Development Initiatives

Universal (Inclusive) Health Coverage: Including the Transgender Population in the UHC dialogue
Naina Qayyum, Data Analyst, Greater Newark Healthcare Coalition

Reaching the Last Mile: Expanding Deworming to Migrating Populations in India
Aparna Ananthakrishnan, Knowledge Management Associate, Evidence Action

A Reality Check on UHC: Where Do We Go From Here?
Arush Lal, Gates Foundation Goalkeeper and Primary Health Care Young Leader

Health Made Accessible for Ethnic Minorities in Post-Conflict Affected and Hard to Reach Area in Myanmar
Christian Aid, Myanmar

Starting From the Bottom to Get There: Are Community Health Workers the Key to Achieving Universal Health Coverage?
Udochisom Anaba, Quantitative Researcher (Maternal & Newborn Health), Population Council

Young People Leading and Calling for Change
Richard Dzikunu, Advocacy Associate, Primary Health Care Initiative, PAI

Disability-Inclusive Health is Essential to Achieving UHC
Alessandra Aresu, Inclusive Health Policy Lead, Humanity & Inclusion

No Mother Left Behind
Dr. Brenda D’mello, Project Manager of the CCBRT Maternal & Newborn Healthcare Capacity Building Program

Towards Universal Health Coverage in Tanzania: A Call to Leave No One Behind 
Godfrey Philemon, Country Coordinator, People’s Health Movement Tanzania