Location: Tokyo, Japan
The JLN will host two side sessions at the Universal Health Coverage Forum in Tokyo, Japan.
Accelerating UHC through Joint Learning: Celebrating UHC Progress with JLN Member Countries
December 12, 8am-9am
More and more countries are moving toward universal health coverage in a bid to bring access to health services to their people, especially the most vulnerable while walking the tightrope of limited budgets. However, a number of design and technical challenges constrain progress to achieving UHC, particularly in low and middle-income countries. A group of these countries, convened by the Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN), are making steady and remarkable progress toward their UHC goals through practitioner-to-practitioner learning and co-generation of actionable knowledge on how to implement UHC. Able to connect with their peers in other countries, JLN’s member countries are leveraging the JLN platform to bridge the knowledge gap between theory and practice and create tools to address real-world challenges, vital to accelerating progress toward UHC.
Impacting Advances in UHC through Global Linking and Learning
December 15, 8am-9am
The road to UHC is complex and often unchartered for policymakers and practitioners trying to navigate their country’s context of UHC landscape and challenges. The Joint Learning Network for Universal Health Coverage (JLN) is emerging as a potent platform for cross-sharing of knowledge across countries at different points in their journey toward UHC. Its country-led model for practitioner-to-practitioner learning focusing on the how-tos of implementing reforms has a distinctive hold in the global UHC landscape. Over the past couple of years, the network has significantly expanded its membership and technical topics for co-learning, driven entirely by country demand. Come and hear from member countries what’s making the JLN work for them, the overarching model of JLN and how it is contributing to the global move toward UHC through actionable knowledge.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with inquiries. While all speakers have been tentatively confirmed, registration is open to all interested participants.