Welcome to the new Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage website, which brings together the best features of the UHC Forward and Joint Learning Network web platforms. Our goal is to make evidence, news and analysis on the global movement towards universal health coverage more easily accessible to you and your colleagues.Close
Welcome to the new and improved JLN Knowledge Platform for Universal Health Coverage.What does the site offer you?
Keep up with the latest news, activities, resources and events related to the global movement towards UHCLearn more
Ghana's National Health Insurance Scheme combines aspects of community-based health insurance and social health insurance in a hub-and-spoke model to more effectively target and enroll groups of informal sector workers.Read More
The Costing Manual developed by the Costing Collaborative members is the first costing-specific resource that bridges costing theory — what you should do — with practical, step by step guidance on what you can do to address multiple challenges related to costing for provider payment in low and middle income countries (LMICs). The Manual takes traditional...Read More
Provider Payment Mechanisms (PPM) was identified as one of four priority areas for the network during the first Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) workshop in 2010. The first phase Initiative began in August 2011 with, financial support from The Rockefeller Foundation and facilitation from the Results for Development Institute (R4D). During the first phase of the...Read More
Over the past two weeks, I had the opportunity to attend the United Nations General Assembly in New York and the Health Systems Research Symposium in Cape Town, South Africa where some of the brightest, most ambitious, and enthusiastic members of the global health community gathered to discuss...Read More
Dr Chedly Maksoudi volunteered to participate in the Citizens’ Jury for health because he was concerned that health services were distributed unevenly between different regions of Tunisia: “The inequality of the system leaves people uncared for and that is simply unacceptable. There is also a vast difference in quality of care between the public and private sector. I see...Read