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Advocacy & Awareness

The CSEM aims to be the civil society arm of the UHC movement and a critical contributor to UHC2030, with systematic attention to the needs of the most marginalised and vulnerable populations so that no one is left behind. As set out in the proposal, the CSEM seeks to strengthen an inclusive and broad movement on UHC, influence policy design and implementation, strengthen citizen-led and social accountability mechanisms, and promote coordination and harmonisation between CSO platforms and networks working on health related issues. CSO representatives started to set up a civil society engagement mechanisms as part of UHC2030 to make sure that the CSO voice will be heard in the UHC2030 steering committee.

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UHC2030 and Civil Society Engagement mechanism (CSEM)

UHC2030 and Civil Society Engagement mechanism (CSEM)

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