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UHC2030's contributions to global health governance that advance the right to health care : a preliminary assessment

(2019) HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS. 21(2). p.235-249
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The September 2019 United Nations High Level Meeting on Universal Health Coverage (UHC) aims to mobilize top-level political support for action on UHC to advance the health Sustainable Development Goal (SDG). A driving force behind this meeting is the "UHC Movement," led by UHC2030, which focuses on coordinating and amplifying efforts by WHO, the World Bank, civil society, and the private sector to strengthen health systems and achieve UHC. In line with Horton and Das, this paper contends that while the argument about UHC is won, it is crucially important to focus on "how" UHC will be delivered, and specifically, whether ongoing efforts to advance UHC align with efforts to realize the right to health. This paper offers a preliminary assessment of how UHC2030's contributions to global health governance advance, or not, the right to health care. It builds on a 2014 G04Health study which identified key normative overlap and gaps in UHC and right to health care principles. Given the importance of civil society participation in advancing health rights, this analysis is complemented by an examination of how UHC2030 might amplify ongoing efforts to advance the right to health care in two UHC2030 partner countries, Kenya and Uganda.
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SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

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MLA
Hammonds, Rachel, et al. “UHC2030’s Contributions to Global Health Governance That Advance the Right to Health Care : A Preliminary Assessment.” HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS, vol. 21, no. 2, 2019, pp. 235–49.
APA
Hammonds, R., Ooms, G., Mulumba, M., & Maleche, A. (2019). UHC2030’s contributions to global health governance that advance the right to health care : a preliminary assessment. HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS, 21(2), 235–249.
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Hammonds, Rachel, Gorik Ooms, Moses Mulumba, and Allan Maleche. 2019. “UHC2030’s Contributions to Global Health Governance That Advance the Right to Health Care : A Preliminary Assessment.” HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS 21 (2): 235–49.
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Hammonds, Rachel, Gorik Ooms, Moses Mulumba, and Allan Maleche. 2019. “UHC2030’s Contributions to Global Health Governance That Advance the Right to Health Care : A Preliminary Assessment.” HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS 21 (2): 235–249.
Vancouver
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Hammonds R, Ooms G, Mulumba M, Maleche A. UHC2030’s contributions to global health governance that advance the right to health care : a preliminary assessment. HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS. 2019;21(2):235–49.
IEEE
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R. Hammonds, G. Ooms, M. Mulumba, and A. Maleche, “UHC2030’s contributions to global health governance that advance the right to health care : a preliminary assessment,” HEALTH AND HUMAN RIGHTS, vol. 21, no. 2, pp. 235–249, 2019.
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