Bold Moves: New Ways of Governance and Partnering of UHC (Part Two)
Part Two: Bold Moves in Partnering
The UHC Forum 2017 in Tokyo is taking place amidst an emerging articulation of ‘new and bold’ visions on accelerating UHC with a clear expression that quality service delivery, financial access and governance are key.
Under the working title “Bold Moves: New Ways of Governance and Partnering for UHC”, the Health Systems Governance Collaborative and the UHC-Partnership team up in a special coproduction, focused on urgent concrete steps to take to arrive at a new political economy of health which may address the real health bottlenecks in more effective and inclusive ways.
In the second interactive session of this two-part side event, the spotlight will be on creative ways of partnering for UHC. The UHC Partnership will draw on the vast experience of five years of programme implementation to support policy dialogue, with a view of promoting UHC in about 30 countries. One of the partnerships’ objectives is to foster strategic planning and health system governance, an area in which creative cooperation is sought with the rapidly growing Health Systems Governance Collaborative. In the SDG era, it is critically important to build up MoH capacities and leadership; to be able to convene stakeholders, from other ministries, development partners or private entities, to jointly move the UHC agenda forward. The outcomes of the deliberations will feed into the #BoldMovesTokyo Mini-Manifesto.
15:00 - 15:15 Opening Statement
Bold Moves opening trailer opening statement
Naoko Yamamoto, Assistant Director-General for Health Systems and Universal Health Coverage, WHO
15:15 - 15:30 UHC Partnership – 5 years of programme implementation
Presentation of the UHC Partnership results over the last five years.
Denis Porignon, Health Systems Adviser, WHO
15:30 - 16:00 New roles, new collaborations, new partnerships
Seven proposals for novel partnering derived from the UHC Partnership March 2017 Brussels results.
Presenters: Marjeta Jager, Deputy Director General of DG DEVCO, European Commission,
David Weakliam, Lead of the Global Health Programme, Irish Aid
Delanyo Dovlo, Director of Health Systems and Services Cluster, WHO Regional Office for Africa
16:00 - 16:30 Roundtable
Small groups will discuss the following questions:
In your country, which capacities need to be strengthened to overcome new challenges in the 21st century?
How best to use knowledge to improve technical and institutional capacities?
16:30 - 17:15 Country Panel: Bold moves – creative partnering and how to bring everybody on board
Experience-sharing from representatives of UHC Partnership member countries.
What are the key bottlenecks to bring stakeholders around one table and engage into a meaningful policy dialogue?
How can UHC2030 and its related networks support countries to convene stakeholders and foster partnering for UHC?
Presenters: Representatives from countries and partners
17:15 - 17:30Feedback round and input into #BoldMovesTokyo Mini-Manifesto
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