Devex Examines U.N. Estimates Of Cost To Reach Health-Related SDGs

Devex: Here’s how much is needed to meet SDGs’ global health targets by 2030
“In its newest estimates, published this week, the World Health Organization has predicted that low- and middle-income countries will require an additional $134 billion per year between now and 2025 to reach health-related targets under the Sustainable Development Goals, leading to universal health coverage. Universal health coverage has been one of the most prominent goals under the 2030 sustainable development framework, catapulting even the world’s most influential leaders to reference it during their recent high-level meeting in Hamburg…” (Ravelo, 7/21).

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