Universal Health Coverage
Universal health coverage (UHC) is a simple concept: everyone everywhere should be able to access the highest attainable standards of health without suffering financial hardship. It is rooted in the WHO constitution of 1948 and has been reaffirmed many times by governments. Yet today the coverage gap in care for common mental health conditions can be as high as 90% in some low income countries.
Learn more from these case studies from Ghana, Pakistan and South Africa to see how UnitedGMH and our partners are advocating for the integration of mental health into UHC reforms.