Health Impact Area Strategy - Vision 2030

Globally, the right to health is undermined by persistent economic and social inequities, as well as ongoing threats to health security, posed by increases in the number and scale of humanitarian disasters. 

Even before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many health systems were struggling to meet the health needs, particularly the sexual and reproductive health needs, of the populations they were meant to serve. The COVID-19 pandemic’s impact has further strained these systems and put hard-won gains in health equity and gender justice at risk.

Our goal is that by 2030, 50 million people increase the fulfillment of their right to health, and 30 million women their right to sexual and reproductive health.

We and our partners have a unique opportunity to leverage political will and investments to ensure fair and efficient epidemic control measures. This is also a once-in-a-generation opportunity to leverage this momentum to build more resilient, equitable, and accountable health systems overall.

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