High salt content label in Colombia


Colombia leads the way to tackle salt-related diseases

Colombia is tackling excessive salt consumption head-on through policy initiatives that aim to protect population health.

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Girl in Jordan


Jordan puts NCDs at heart of UHC and humanitarian response

Jordan’s government and civil society are stepping up action to strengthen NCD prevention and care, working together as part of their commitment to Universal Health Coverage (UHC) to reduce the NCD burden among both refugees and vulnerable Jordanians.

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Oral health check-ups in Thailand


Tackling oral disease in Thailand through UHC

In Thailand, oral health is a right, not a privilege. Discover how Thailand's government is turning the tide on oral disease through Universal Health Coverage (UHC).

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Rwanda Medical Centre


Civil society and government join forces to accelerate cancer care for women

Rwanda - a regional leader in Universal Health Coverage - is helping women to detect and treat breast and cervical cancer earlier as part of government and civil society partnership to lower rates of undetected cancer.

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Advocates in the Philippines


Health taxes in the Philippines: proving that UHC is within reach of all countries

Can health taxes really improve health and help to fund UHC? The Philippines is living proof that yes, they can.

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Small Island Developing States

Small Island Developing States commit to care through the Bridgeton Declaration

See how Small Island Developing States have committed to put human and planetary health before corporate interests with the Bridgetown Declaration.

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A young guy sells cherries from his garden


Integrating NCDs in the HIV response to protect decades of progress

Decades of hard-worn progress in HIV control are now at risk as a result of the increasing prevalence of noncommunicable diseases among people living with HIV, especially in low- and middle-income countries. Only the integration of HIV and NCD health services can reverse this trend.

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