Vision for Health System Strengthening 2030

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USAID Vision for Health System Strengthening 2030
“When we strengthen health systems in far regions of the world, we reduce the risk of future pandemics that can threaten our people and our economy.”
— President Joseph R. Biden


USAID’s Health System Strengthening Vision 2030 draws upon the progress over the past decade and the new challenges that have arisen, while reaffirming USAID’s longer-term goal of worldwide resilient health systems. The vision recognizes that integrated, systems-based approaches for strengthening health systems are now more critical than ever due to COVID-19 and other pandemics and asserts that:

  • All people and institutions including communities, health workers, leaders and policy makers should be engaged in HSS efforts.
  • Reliable links between the public and private sectors, including communities, lead to stronger health systems.
  • Health systems are resilient when they are able to adjust resources, policy and focus to varying degrees to respond to challenges.
  • Locally led, inclusive HSS efforts that account for social and behavior change lead to more sustainable results and greater self-reliance.
  • Locally designed approaches take into account the unique conditions of country conditions and often result in higher quality health care reaching the most disadvantaged and vulnerable.

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USAID’s Vision for Health System Strengthening

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Last updated: March 30, 2021

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