UHC Primary Health Care Self-Assessment: Summary Report from Four Country Pilots

The UHC Primary Health Care Self-Assessment Tool was designed as a rapid diagnostic instrument for practical policy opportunities in the health system to improve the relationship between health financing and PHC efforts.

Four JLN Member countries adapted and piloted the Tool in their countries and documented their experiences in detailed country reports. Their reports have been synthesized and collated in this Summary Report with the aim of sharing their experiences with global audiences and to contribute new evidence on countries’ experiences implementing primary health care-oriented universal health coverage.

Click here to download the UHC Primary Health Care Self-Assessment Tool. 

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