BRINGING UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE TO LIFE
L4UHC enables senior decision-makers to develop the leadership skills and collective actions needed to bring universal health coverage (UHC) to life in their countries.
The one-year programme helps multi-disciplinary teams from each country address specific obstacles to progressing their UHC plans more rapidly. It does this through a combination of proven methodologies and first-hand experiences.
KEY BENEFITS OF THE PROGRAMME
L4UHC develops the personal and collective leadership skills needed to broker consensus and gain political commitment for change.
Teams from different countries work together, share experiences, and visit ‘host’ countries that have successfully developed UHC.
We help participants from different fields, such as health and finance, form coalitions for collective action in their home countries.
One of the key features of the programme is that each team develops and implements a practical, UHC initiative in their country.
After the programme ends, our development partners in your country can provide technical and financial support to help you make greater progress.
Marisol Touraine, former Minister of Social Affairs and Health in France for five years, explains the value of investing in L4UHC.
"I've worked in this sector for more than 20 years and never learned as much as last week."
Participant from Pakistan
LEARN ABOUT L4UHC's IMPACT
Teams formed during the programme are pushing forward a series of L4UHC-inspired initiatives in their countries.
Find out how L4UHC can help you accelerate the roll-out of universal health coverage in your country.
Leadership for Universal Health Coverage initiative launches in Chad – May 2023
During October 2022, L4UHC launched the regional cycle in Asia with a module in Bangkok, attended by delegations from Cambodia, Nepal, and Pakistan. Just a month later, L4UHC launched the regional cycle in Africa (francophone) with a Module in Tunis, attended by delegations from Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad and Niger.
India is gearing up to join the L4UHC programme as part of its drive to accelerate UHC across the country’s 1.3 billion-strong population. Due to start the programme in September 2022, India will be the 15th country to take part in this initiative, underlining L4UHC’s growing popularity and value.