Survey on Universal Health Coverage

The Non Communicable Diseases Alliance (NCDA) has prepared a survey to understand the community’s priorities when it comes to universal health coverage (UHC).

This is in advance of the first United Nations High-Level Meeting (HLM) on UHC, which will be held in New York on 23 September 2019.

Dementia was not even mentioned at the HLM in September 2018, so it is becoming imperative for people with dementia to have their say.

Please therefore consider completing the survey. People with dementia are as entitled to Universal Health Coverage as everyone else!

The results of this consultation will feed into broader advocacy efforts being conducted by UHC2030 and the civil society engagement mechanism, which are leading advocacy for the HLM on UHC. NCDA’s approach is to highlight specific areas in which the NCD community can bring added value to the discussion ahead of the HLM on UHC.

We hope by specifically inviting people with dementia to participate in this survey, the NCDA will ensure dementia is mentioned in its own right, and becomes a priority too.

Please complete this online survey by Friday 29 March. You may preview the survey, to facilitate consultation and help formulate their responses. The survey will take about 15 minutes to complete, once you have developed your responses.

Take the survey here: