Globally, there are thousands of organisations and networks advocating for greater attention to a vast array of specific health issues, including HIV, TB, malaria, diabetes, heart disease and maternal health to name but a few. The goal of universal health coverage holds great potential to advance all of these health issues and to unite advocates across the sector in a common agenda.

This Health Care for All Advocacy Toolkit has been developed to build capacity, inspire and mobilise civil society advocacy at country level. It aims to provide advocates with a ‘one stop shop’ central reference point for key information and tools they will need to make the case for UHC, hold policymakers to account on their commitments and build a wide social movement within civil society in support of UHC.


There are three parts to the toolkit:


Part 1: Introduction to Universal Health Coverage

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Part 2: Why Civil Society Needs to Engage in UHC

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