Self-care
Community forum series

When individuals are given the opportunity to become active agents in their health, this leads to improved health outcomes and helps achieve universal health coverage. Self-care has the potential to transform healthcare and enable people to take the power of their health into their own hands – if funding, policy, regulatory and other barriers are addressed to create a more enabling environment for self-care. 

In order to ensure that these barriers and solutions are identified, the Self-Care Trailblazer Group (SCTG) is hosting a community forum series: four interactive dialogues held virtually over the next year focusing on the needs and wants of those engaging in self-care, ensuring that self-care interventions and behaviors are people-centered and community-owned, and elevating the voices of our consumers. 

At the conclusion of the series, SCTG partners will use the global asks that came out of this forum to develop a policy brief with recommendations to policymakers, funders, and the global community on how to integrate self-care in UHC policies and guidelines and help advance self-care advocacy objectives. 
 

Register for a forum below!

Supporting youth through Self-care

WHAT? This forum is an opportunity to bring together youth advocates and leaders working in the self-care space to hear what youth need to fully utilize self-care.

WHO? Our forum is for young people under the age of 30 who are self-care experts, youth advocates, and young people interested in sharing their needs, alike!

WHEN? April 7th, 8:00-9:30 am EST | 1:00-2:30 pm WAT |  4:00-5:30 pm EAT 

a focus on women and feminist organizations

Our second forum in the series will place a spotlight on women and feminist organizations to gather insights around the barriers related to self-care that exist and how best to integrate self-care into UHC to serve women and girls. 

Interested in participating or partnering with us? Let us know!

a focus on the private sector

Our third forum in the series will focus on the barriers and opportunities that exist within the private sector as they strive to integrate self-care into the healthcare system. 

Interested in participating or partnering with us? Let us know!