Everyone, everywhere — Universal health coverage


This means ensuring that everyone, everywhere can access essential quality health services without facing financial hardship.

Meanwhile, President Abdul Hamid and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina have issued separate messages on the occasion.

"Nigeria has the resources to achieve this".

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We all know that some resources and services like immunisation are available for free but they are not been enjoyed by the people because they don't even know about them.

(Dunya News) - In Punjab, the country's largest province, there is one doctor for every 1000 or so patients while Rs. 23 are allocated in health budget for every individual, according to a study.

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Also, he added that "I have only ever wanted to bring glory to my country through playing cricket". We're supporting them through that process but ultimately that's for the three players to decide.

IMA Neelagiri unit president Dr Vasantha Kumari said that World Health Day was being observed this year with the theme of "Universal health coverage: Everyone everywhere".

As part of the landmark 2030 Agenda and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), all UN Member States agreed to try to achieve universal health coverage by 2030. World Health Assembly was held for the first time in Geneva in the year 1948 by the WHO, where it was decided that World Health Day will be celebrated annually on April 7, every year. "Their inclusion is of paramount importance to rights-based health systems and global health security".

Universal health coverage has become a major goal for health reform in many countries and is a priority objective of the WHO. This year, it coincides with the 70th anniversary of the World Health Organization (WHO).

It also launched a set of six stamps commemorative UN World Health Day stamps to promote worldwide awareness and action to achieve health for everyone around the world.