Tea with Africa: will equitable, accessible, viable healthcare be a reality by 2030?
The Tea with Africa series is part of The George Institute’s initiative aimed at promoting authentic partnerships with health researchers, institutions, and communities in Africa. The third session of this thought-provoking online conversation series held on the 31st of August 2022. The topic of discussion was 'Universal Health Coverage (UHC) – will equitable, accessible, viable healthcare be a reality by 2030?’.
The event provided a brief overview of the current situation, regarding UHC, insights on what is working with examples, and ideas for the future.
- Dr Mamadou Selly Ly, ‘15 years of reforms in Africa for Universal Health Coverage and financial protection: Who did what? ’
- Dr Blake Angell, ‘Stronger investment for stronger health systems: Addressing key challenges on the path to Universal Coverage.’
- Dr Emmanuella-Faith (Ella) Amoako, ‘Making the Unseen Visible - How a shared care model is transforming childhood cancer care in Ghana.’
- Dr Kenneth Yakubu, ‘Moving forward on Universal Health Coverage: Ideas for sustainable progress.’