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Formative Evaluation of the EU‐Luxembourg‐WHO Universal Health Coverage Partnership (UHC‐P) 2011 ‐ 2016

This report provides the result of an evaluation of the Universal Health Coverage Partnership (UHC‐P), a collaboration between the EU, Luxembourg and the WHO. As a formative evaluation, the focus is on lessons learnt, rather than on accountability. This review was carried out between March and September 2016 by KIT, the Royal Tropical Institute in Amsterdam, and mandated by WHO headquarters.

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