The World Health Organization has called on the Liberian government and political leaders to make smarter investments in the health sector, in achieving the Universal Health Coverage by 2030.
WHO Representative to Liberia, Dr. Peter Clement also encouraged all partners and key stakeholders to make commitments towards the UHC by 2030.
The WHO Country Representative to Liberia made the call in his keynote address delivered on the occasion commemorating the International Universal Health Coverage Day held at the Ministry of Health, on Monday in Congo Town.
Dr. Clement said Liberia joins the global community to amplify the message, which echoes unanimously with all voices around the world to commit the government towards health for all.
He stressed that the main dimensions of UHC are access to health services, financial risk protection and equity of health as the pathway to wards towards the health for all Liberians and the Liberia envisage.
The WHO Boss indicated that the events “Build the Liberia we Want: A Healthy Future for all,” emphasizes that in order to build strong a health system, everyone needs equity, trust, healthy environments, investments and accountability.