Leaving no one behind: Designing a rights-based, community-centered response to COVID-19 - CARE

Leaving no one behind: Designing a rights-based, community-centered response to COVID-19

At CARE, we believe that achieving the “leave no one behind” aspect of UHC is paramount to achieving the SDGs. Here we explain how this principal was integrated into our COVID-19 health response across all contexts.

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