5 actions to accelerate UHC from PMAC 2020
reach52 recently participated in the PMAC 2020 event in Bangkok focused on accelerating universal healthcare progress. The event featured presentations and panels with many organisations involved in global health, including WHO, the World Bank, Unicef and Amref. reach52’s CEO, Ed was a speaker at the “From commitment to action: private sector engagement for UHC” session run by the World Economic Forum.
Based on all the sessions at the event, we’ve summarised 5 key actions to accelerate UHC. Its impact not just ideas that ultimately matters.
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