In 2014, Indonesia embarked on an exciting and ambitious strategy to move towards universal health coverage through JKN, the country's single-payer national health insurance scheme. Explore the results of our comprehensive assessment.
HP+ contributes to optimizing health resources and fostering more equitable, sustainable, rights-based health services, supplies, and delivery systems.
On November 3, 2017, HP+ brought together stakeholders to share the Sauti Yangu experience and confer about the way forward for Afya Maoni.
To inform decision making toward future health financing reforms in Madagascar, with the ultimate vision of achieving national universal health coverage (UHC), HP+ assessed Madagascar's current health financing arrangements.
In Kenya, Mombasa County made strategic shifts in their health financing, increasing the county’s allocation to health to 27% (up from 12% in 2014/15), and developing a social protection policy and framework to support payment of the National Hospital Insurance Fund for the elderly, poor, and disabled.
The HP+ Women's Leadership team hosted a webinar May 23, 2018, titled Fostering Joint Accountability Within Health Systems.
As the mother of a 17-year-old son, I worry about a lot of things, from school safety to gender norms that support "boys being boys" and everything in between. One thing I don’t worry about is my son's capacity to advocate for his health. He knows his right to high-quality care that respects his level of development, or underdevelopment as the case may be.