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At the recent UNAIDS conference, the need for greater political will emerged as a major factor that is still needed to strengthen sustainable financing, in a time of stagnating and uncertain donor support.
Kenya launched the next iteration of its national malaria strategy—one that includes, for the first time, a financial sustainability plan outlining resource needs and availability, and funding opportunities.
The President of Mali has announced a series of ground-breaking reforms aimed at reviving Mali’s health system and bringing high-quality healthcare to people across the country.
Nigeria's Federal Capitol Territory (FCT) took a major step toward universal health coverage with the passage of two previously stymied bills, which, once signed into law, will open the door for the FCT to access the Basic Health Care Provision Fund.
Two HP+ colleagues recount their experience at the 5th African Health Economics and Policy Association (AfHEA) Conference in Accra, Ghana. There, hundreds gathered to discuss if and how securing primary healthcare could be the foundation for making progress on universal health coverage in Africa.