Book on Universal Health Coverage Launched (New Vision)


The Makerere University School of Public Health, through the European Union (EU) funded SPEED project, on 3rd May 2018  launched a book on universal health coverage in Uganda. The book, titled “Universal Health Coverage in Uganda- Looking Back and Forward to Speed up the Progress”, captures the status of Universal Health Coverage (UHC) readiness and generates policy advice, cognizant of the health sector developments in the last 10 to 15 years.

The ceremony was graced by Minister of State for Primary Healthcare, Honourable Sarah Opendi, Mr. Thomas Tiedemann, Acting Head of Cooperation at the EU Delegation in Uganda, Professor William Bazeyo, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Finance & Administration), Principal Makerere University College of Health Sciences, Professor Charles Ibingira and Professor Christopher Garimoi Orach, Deputy Dean at the School of Public Health and many other dignitaries. Several media houses reported on the ceremony, specifically here is the new paper article written by new vision on the UHC-SPEED Book.

Read the full article in the New Vision