Universal Health Coverage Days

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UNIVERSAL HEALTH COVERAGE ADVOCACY CAMPAIGNS

“Universal Health Coverage means all individuals and communities can afford and access quality healthcare services” (WHO).

 

We work to promote health and support the United Nation’s agenda on Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by engaging in advocacy campaigns, grass-root mobilization and creating awareness of UHC and its benefits through various formal and informal channels.

 

 

Some advocacy campaigns done in the past:

 

  • UHC commemoration 2017 at Rotary Mississauga, Canada

 

Theme: Rise for our Right.

Dr Babatunde Fakunle, President of CeSAHA presenting at the UHC Day Commemoration 2017 event in partnership with rotary club Mississauga south Ontario Canada.

 

(Directors of CeSAHA and Rotary club Mississauga) – Picture taken on the UHC Day Commemoration event 2017 in partnership with rotary club Mississauga south Ontario Canada.

 

 

Picture taken at 2017 UHC Day event at Tokyo, Japan.

Some of the Directors of CeSAHA attended the event.

 

 

  • UHC commemoration 2018 at Rotary Oakville, Canada

 

Theme: Universal Health Coverage: everyone, everywhere

Presentation given by the President & Executive Director of CeSAHA, Dr Babatunde Fakunle.

UHC Advocacy Presentation by CeSAHA at Oakville

 

 

  • UHC commemoration 2018

 

Link to Presentation made by Dr Babatunde Fakunle, President of CeSAHA:

UHC Advocacy with ISQua

 

 

  • UHC Advocacy Visit to Rwanda Ambassador to Canada 2018

(From Left to Right)

Mr Suresh, one of the directors of CeSAHA, the Rwanda ambassador to Canada (middle) and Dr Babatunde Fakunle, the Executive Director and President of CeSAHA.

UHC Advocacy visit and prior engagement towards the preparation for the learning tour to Kigali in Rwanda.

 

 

  • UHC commemoration 2019

 

Theme: Keep the Promise

UHC presentation

UHC Advocacy on Social Media Campaigns:

Twitter: Cesahafrica

YouTube:  Healthy Lives and Wellbeing for All

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