by Veronica Magar, Flavia Bustreo, Theadora Swift Koller et al.
World Health Organization, 2017
Against the backdrop of leaving no one behind on the path to universal health coverage, this paper aims to:
- Present information on barriers to health services faced by some migrants, in particular those experiencing poverty and social exclusion;
- Acknowledge that some barriers are faced by multiple subpopulations and others are unique to migrants, and that both types of barriers should be addressed to overcome inequities;
- Provide a framing for addressing these barriers in health systems strengthening for universal health coverage, and provide an non-exhaustive synthesis/scoping of existing evidence using this framing;
- Highlight areas where more research is needed, to further contribute to the evidence base for leaving no one behind in progress towards SDG target 3.8 on universal health coverage
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