Strong primary health care (PHC) is vital to achieving universal health care (UHC). As countries work toward UHC, they recognize that the public sector alone cannot provide all necessary comprehensive PHC services to cover country populations and that countries need to engage and effectively steward both the public and private health sectors. The JLN’s Private Sector Engagement Collaborative has been sharing experiences and knowledge and compiling practical advice to support effective stewardship of the private sector.
Final report from the Population Coverage Technical Initiative Workshop on how to reach the poorest.
The JLN Population Coverage Technical Initiative organized a three-day workshop in Manila, Philippines from December 8-10, 2014. The workshop convened representatives from nine JLN member countries to share experiences and lessons in defining, identifying, and enrolling poor and vulnerable populations in health coverage and to plan for future jointly produced
Annual summary of joint learning activity and key metrics.
Annual Joint Learning Update
As countries move toward UHC, health care delivery systems must continuously improve to match the increased demand they face.
One challenge all systems face is the need for consistent data exchange.