International Community Capable Of Achieving UHC To Help End Poverty By 2030

World Bank’s “Voices”: Universal health coverage in a generation is achievable
Bertrand Badré, managing director and World Bank Group chief financial officer, discusses the goal of reaching universal health coverage, “a concept central to reaching our World Bank Group twin goals of ending extreme poverty by 2030 and boosting shared prosperity. … We know what works and have enormous evidence that investing in health pays off. Ensuring equal opportunities for the healthy development of every man, woman and child, everywhere, should be a cornerstone of the global community’s work to end poverty within a generation” (9/15).

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