Monday, 28 December 2020

UHC Day Campaign 2020 by Trinity Care Foundation

UHC Day Campaign 2020


To end this crisis and build a safer and healthier future, we must invest in health systems that protect us all — now.

Background : Each year on 12 December, the world celebrates International Universal Health Coverage Day (UHC Day), an official UN-designated day, to raise awareness of the need for strong, equitable and resilient health systems and universal health coverage (UHC). UHC is based on the principle that everyone, everywhere should have access to quality essential health services without suffering financial hardship. It is a goal that cuts across all health targets and is such a beacon of hope for a healthier and more equitable world. 

UHC Day marks the anniversary of the UN’s historic and unanimous endorsement of UHC in 2012 as an essential priority for international development. Since then, it has become the annual rallying point for the growing movement for health for all. Every 12 December (12.12), advocates raise their voices to share the stories of the millions of people still waiting for health, to call on leaders to make smarter investments in health and to remind the world the imperative of Health for All.

December 2020 will mark one year since the first cases of COVID-19 were reported. UHC Day Campaign 2020 must remind the world that health for all is not a long-term wish, but an urgent priority to end this crisis and emerge stronger. Considering this global challenge that we are currently facing, the theme and primary narrative of campaigns this year will be: HEALTH FOR ALL: PROTECT EVERYONE. 

As part of Universal Health Coverage Day 2020, Trinity Care Foundation conducted a NCDs program for frontline workers in rural Karnataka state, India focusing on Police Personals, Drivers and Teachers on 12th December 2020. 

Universal health coverage Day 2020 by Trinity Care Foundation

The needs of the hour is Collaboration with Government Systems. In Karnataka state, India, Trinity Care Foundation supports;

1. Safety of Medical Professionals & Healthcare Staff
2. Infrastructure at Government Healthcare facilities
3. Community Health Programs
4. COVID19 Outreach Program

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