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Communicating Behavior Change for Better Nutrition in Northern Lao PDR

Improving health in grassroots communities often means getting people to change the way they have been doing things for generations. It isn’t an easy task because attempts to improve old habits must be conducted with care and sensitivity. But one social and behavioral change communication (SBCC) effort in the Lao PDR is yielding good maternal and child health outcomes by changing dietary practices for young children in four northern provinces with low nutritional indicators.

“Living their best, healthiest lives”: Delivering Medical Supplies to Remote ...

It is no exaggeration to say that pharmacist Moannara Benete literally has one of the biggest jobs in the Pacific. Kiribati’s 21 inhabited islands are spread across some 3.5 million square kilometers of ocean, and as leader of the Kiribati Ministry of Health & Medical Services’ Pharmacy team, Moannara’s focus is ensuring medical supplies are available to all people in her country; no matter where they live.

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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 (July 2022)

A mother helps health volunteers measure her baby’s height during a health survey in Buluan, Maguindanao.

Master plan for Universal Health Coverage in Bangsamoro

As the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) moves towards full autonomy in 2025, it is working on a master plan that will support a stronger health sector and advance their commitment to universal health coverage.
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