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Community Guide: Universal Health Coverage: Putting the Last Mile First

This resource is a Community Guide to the Briefing Paper: Universal Health Coverage: Putting the Last Mile First. It provides an overview of the full Briefing Paper and provides key recommendations for international human rights and health bodies, national governments, and sex worker-led organisations.

You can download this 4-page Community Guide above. It is now available in English, French, Russian, Spanish, and Chinese.

Briefing Paper: Universal Health Coverage: Putting the Last Mile First

Universal Health Coverage speaks to the global goal of providing all people with the health care they need without creating undue financial burdens on the individual. In many parts of the world, health provision and access to health services remains extremely poor, particularly for criminalised and marginalised populations such as sex workers and other key populations.

Справочная Записка: Всеобщее здравоохранение

В справочной статье дается общая характеристика всеобщего здравоохранения и связанных с ним проблем для секс-работников и других уголовно преследуемых групп населения. 

What does Universal Health Coverage mean for People Who Use Drugs: A Technical Brief

On 23rd of September, 2019 the United Nations General Assembly held a High-Level Meeting (HLM) on Universal Health Coverage (UHC). The theme of this meeting was “Universal Health Coverage: Moving Together to Build a Healthier World” and ostensibly aimed to accelerate progress towards UHC.

简报说明:全民健康覆盖

该简报说明概述了全民健康覆盖(UHC)及其为性工作者和其他被刑事定罪的人群带来的挑战。

世界卫生组织将UHC定义为“所有人都获得其所需要的卫生服务(预防、促进、治疗、康复和姑息治疗),而在付费时不必经历财务困难。”              在确保UHC有适当资金和确保以人权途径实施UHC方面,仍有很多挑战。但必须如此,才能让包括性工作者在内的关键人群不因刑事定罪、污名和歧视被落下。

联合国大会将在2019年9月的高级别会议上同意关于UHC的政治宣言。性工作者和其他关键人群呼吁联合国系统以及广大民间组织的盟友和伙伴清晰发声,以支持将优先最后一公里放入UHC协商与实施的呼吁

你可以下载这份7页的PDF文件。该资源有中文、英文、法语、俄语和西班牙语的版本。本资源由木林丛英文版本翻译成中文。

Note d’Information: La couverture sanitaire universelle

Cette note d’information porte sur la couverture sanitaire universelle (CSU) et s’intéresse aux difficultés qu’elle présente pour les travailleurSEs du sexe et les autres populations criminalisées.