Achieving universal health coverage and #HealthforAll will require collective action and innovation: read about HP+'s contributions.
HP+ contributes to optimizing health resources and fostering more equitable, sustainable, rights-based health services, supplies, and delivery systems.
Achieving universal health coverage and #HealthforAll will require collective action and innovation.
Improving the quality of reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) services will be critical to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, especially Sustainable Development Goal 3, which focuses on preventing maternal and child mortality and adolescent pregnancies.
In recent years, a social justice movement has emerged in Africa that promotes human rights for sexual minorities. Learn how a special session, jointly organized by HP+, at the International Conference on AIDS in Africa explored ways to improve the enabling environment for key populations and break down societal stigma and discrimination facing those most affected by HIV.
Over the past several months, HP+ staff have received notable recognition for their contributions to combatting HIV and promoting human rights.
In mid-November nearly 50 civil society, private sector, and government stakeholders and donors gathered in Guyana, helping to move the country closer to establishing public financing of civil society-led HIV services. HP+ is providing technical support to the national AIDS program secretariat to plan for Guyana’s transition from external to domestic financing of HIV programs and services.