A total of 62 health camps were organized across Kashmir Division.
The World Health Organisation has said Nigeria's target of achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC) through the revitalization of Primary Healthcare system by the year 2030 was still on course.
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The theme of this year's World Health Day is "Universal health coverage: everyone, everywhere", and the slogan for the 2018 campaign is "Health for All".
WHO as an global body is saddled with the responsibility to help people around the world attain the highest possible standard of health.
"No matter how hard a patient is health, personnel does not have the right to abuse or bully any patient, their rights must be respected". In recent decades, UHC has emerged as a key strategy to make progress towards other health-related and broader development goals. Access to essential quality care and financial protection not only enhances people's health and life expectancy, it also protects countries from epidemics, reduces poverty and the risk of hunger, creates jobs, drives economic growth and enhances gender equality.
Therefore, as Dr Tumusime said that there is significant progress made in the sector but it is still below the target to meet Vision 2040. It said that people displaced within the borders of their own countries are often excluded from health services and have difficulties in accessing them due to social exclusion, financial constraints, as well as cultural and political barriers.
Bangladesh is observing the World Health Day today (Saturday).
It also launched a set of six stamps commemorative UN World Health Day stamps to promote worldwide awareness and action to achieve health for everyone around the world.
The organisation aims to extend health coverage to more than one billion people by 2023.
UHC does not mean free coverage for all possible health interventions, regardless of the cost, as no country can provide all services free of charge on a sustainable basis.
He, however, identified strike by health workers as an impediment to the actualisation of Universal Health Coverage (UHC), saying "If workers are on strike the populace would not be able to receive the desired healthcare service".