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Every country that takes part in the programme implements a ‘collective action initiative’ to accelerate UHC within their country, often with impressive results. To make an even bigger impact, we’re evaluating L4UHC to understand how we can support participants more effectively.


From reforming drug procurement through to introducing national health insurance, participating countries have implemented a range of collective action initiatives.

Click on a country below to find out more about its collective action initiatives.  Other countries that have recently started the L4UHC journey are also developing initiatives. We’ll provide updates on their initiatives as they come to fruition.


An independent evaluation of L4UHC, based on in-depth interviews with more than 80 participants, as well as surveys, found that the programme “plays an important role in the UHC ecosystem” and that 85% of those surveyed would recommend the programme to others.
The evaluation was carried out by Oxford Policy Management.


More than 200 high-level individuals have been involved in L4UHC, from health and financial specialists through to politicians and representatives of civil society. Find out what they think about the programme, and how it has helped countries progress UHC, in the videos below.


If you’ve been on the programme and wish to provide any additional feedback, including suggestions of how we could improve it, we’d like to hear from you.