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Yves Jacket NSAVYIMANA Dec 12
UHC Day
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Carole BIGIRIMANA Dec 14
"In 2012, 37% of households declared they gave up on medical care due to financial reasons." Universal health coverage means ensuring every community can get the health services they need, without discrimination or financial hardship.
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Dominique Vervoort, MD Dec 12
A2. Five billion people worldwide lack access to safe surgery and anesthesia care when needed, resulting in a mortality OVER FIVE TIMES that of HIV/AIDS, TB, and malaria COMBINED.
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Center for Global Surgery Evaluation Dec 14
Essential Surgery: key messages from DCP3 This cornerstone article identified 44 essential surgical procedures that are cost-effective and are feasible to implement. Link:
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Katayoun S Madani Dec 15
Another E-board meeting with my amazing colleagues at ! From all over the globe, we are brought together by a common passion for ! InciSioN has created wonderful collaborations & lifelong friendships amongst us! We are the !
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Bella Jay Dec 12
Every year, health costs push hundreds of millions of people into poverty and hold entire nations back. Leaders have a responsibility to end this cycle.
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Katayoun S Madani Dec 11
At the 4th alliance meeting, where was just welcomed to the Permenant Council! This is truly an honor & privilege, a historic moment for all our members across the globe working hard for a better surgical tomorrow!
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Nelson U Udeme-Abasi Dec 12
"The forgotten grandchild of Public Health shall be recognised, howbeit, through collaborative and effective Advocacy, Research and Educational initiatives"
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InciSioN SL 🇸🇱 Dec 12
33 million individuals face catastrophic health expenditure due to payment for surgery and anaesthesia each year.
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Paul Truché, MD Dec 11
Today is ! Surgery is an indispensable part of universal health care for infants and children who grow up without access to surgical care. and working to understand + improve delivery of pediatric surgery in LMICs
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HarvardGlobalSurgery Dec 13
Value for money and value FOR MANY. emphasizes the importance of introducing equity, efficiency, effectiveness, and responsiveness in , yet cautiously notes the lack thereof in most contemporary systems.
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Marcella Ryan-Coker Dec 12
In poor countries, 9 out of 10 people do not have access to the most basic surgical care. could save many lives, prevent disability and promote economic growth.
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Diamedica (UK) Ltd Feb 8
UHC2030 provides a multi-stakeholder platform to promote collaborative working in countries and globally on health systems strengthening. is a key component of achieving .
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Haitham Shoman MD, DIC, MPH Dec 12
Today is the the ! Surgery is an essential pillar in achieving UHC and supports a country's prosperity
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NCD Synergies Dec 12
A5: Reaching will be achieved by strengthening and investing in that prioritize the poorest and most vulnerable. Ensuring access to , , and treatment for severe & injuries are essential components in achieving
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Dominique Vervoort, MD Dec 12
A5. Limit redundancy, align, communicate, merge efforts, and raise voices IN UNISON to hold national and international leaders accountable for existing gaps and disparities in access to surgical and anesthesia care.
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Center for Global Surgery Evaluation Dec 18
for : 3.7 billion people risk catastrophic expenditure to pay for the surgical care they need. The burden is highest in low and middle-income countries. A modeling study for :
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Nelson U Udeme-Abasi Dec 12
The Umbrella is wide enough to accommodate forgotten children; /&G/
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InciSioN Feb 26
For our first Internal Capacity Building session for InciSioN's International Team 2019, we had the honour of listening to 's inspiring and motivating talk on how to write and advocate more effectively for and .
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Bella Jay Dec 12
I’m Bella - Intern Doctor from Sierra Leone 🇸🇱, Chair and IT member; committed to raising a voice for the 5 billion people that lack access to safe, affordable surgical and anaesthesia care.
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