COVID-19 is showing us humanity is only as strong as our weakest and that our global community depends on each other like never before. Here at the UN Foundation, we’ve always prioritized greater cooperation on global health. And that’s why it’s urgent we all stand strong and united now.
We need your support for our work to help the world #UniteforHealth – so we can all recover better.
When we unite for health, we can defeat new challenges like COVID-19, protect progress already made, and strengthen global health systems so they reach everyone everywhere fairly.
Seventy-five years ago, the UN was created so the world could work together to be a safer, fairer, healthier place for all. We’ve seen huge progress, but not for everyone. Now as COVID-19 is highlighting how health systems around the world are underprepared and unequal, it’s taking the biggest toll on people already marginalized and reversing decades of progress on health and well-being.
Donate today to #UniteforHealth so we can all recover better.
By working together across communities and sectors, by leveraging science and proven solutions, and by putting equity at the heart of everything we do, we can overcome this pandemic, recover and build on progress already made, and create strong health systems that reach everyone everywhere fairly.
When we Unite for Health we:
Unite for Health brings together people and partners everywhere to demand greater global cooperation and equity in health. We also celebrate global champions working to defeat new challenges, protect progress, and strengthen health systems so they work for everyone. Discover stories of champions who #UniteforHealth.
COVID-19 is straining the health system in Iran, which is host to 1 million refugees. Moheyman Alkhatavi is a refugee and nurse who works around the clock to help his host community fight COVID-19.Read more
Girls all over the world miss school while on their periods. Soumya is helping girls go to school by ending stigmas and distributing menstrual hygiene products.Read more
Healthcare hero Maureen leads by example to help build her community’s trust in vaccines and ensure children in her rural Ugandan village can lead healthier lives.Read more
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