Universal Healthcare

World leaders have committed to introduce universal health coverage by 2030 as part of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. India’s ‘Modicare’ and Kenya’s ‘Afya Care’ are just two examples of countries striving towards this goal.

The next part will publish on Wednesday October 30

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Cost of care previously meant racking up huge debts or going without treatment

President Kenyatta: universal health coverage is critical for economic development

Gro Harlem Brundtland is impatient to deliver the UN’s sustainable development goals

100m people a year are pushed into extreme poverty by medical expenses

The evolution of healthcare policy from ancient Egypt to the US presidential debates

Health and the economy must be seen as interdependent, say Alan Donnelly and Ilona Kickbusch

Good health enables people to learn and earn, to start businesses and to thrive