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New program strengthens tuberculosis response in Indonesia

Some 3 million people have Tuberculosis (TB) in Indonesia. It’s a significant development priority for the government; so much so that they have set the goal of ending TB by 2030. Supporting this, is the new US$300 million Strengthening National TB Response Program which takes an innovative systems approach to improving coverage, quality and efficiency of TB services in Indonesia while at the same time bolstering the wider health system. Advance UHC supported analytics and technical assistance over the past 6 years informed the design and development of the project.

Joint Learning Network's Domestic Resource Mobilization Collaborative meets ...

Members of the Joint Learning Network (JLN) shared their expertise on mobilizing domestic resources and health financing at a special event on the sidelines of the G7 Health Ministers’ Meeting in Nagasaki, Japan from May 15–17, 2023. Fifteen practitioners from the Network’s Domestic Resource Mobilization Collaborative met to discuss how the group’s knowledge products can best be used and to identify future opportunities for working together.


The Advance UHC Multi-Donor Trust Fund

The fund supports policy-relevant analytical work, targeted in-country technical assistance, and global/regional knowledge sharing activities. It also co-finances health system strengthening interventions and all work to support countries' advance toward UHC.



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Investing in Rural Papua New Guinea Through Health

The IMPACT Health project aims to increase the quality and use of essential health services through direct province-level funding at Provincial Health Authorities.

Advance UHC MDTF Newsletter (June 2023)

Woman in India being vaccinated PHC

Improving primary health care to enhance pandemic preparedness

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for much needed health system reform, particularly around primary health care (PHC). In this blog, we highlight reforms in Pakistan, the Lao PDR, and India that are making quality health care more widely available.
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