Global Health 2035: A World Converging within a Generation, published in The Lancet.
The report makes the case that:
- The returns on investing in health are even greater than previously estimated
- Within a generation—by 2035—the world could achieve a “grand convergence,” bringing preventable infectious, maternal and child deaths down to universally low levels
- Taxes and subsidies are a powerful and underused lever for curbing non-communicable diseases and injuries
- Progressive universalism, a pathway to universal health coverage (UHC) that targets the poor from the outset, is an efficient way to achieve health and financial protection.