Health, Citizenship, and Human Rights Advocacy Initiative: Improving Access to Health Services in Mexico

Publication Type: Case Studies

By Almudena Ocejo (Centro de Contraloría Social y Estudios de la Construcción Democrática).

When it comes to health care in Mexico, “universal” has never meant equal, particularly when it came to the access to adequate care for the country’s 52 million uninsured. Civil society organization Fundar — a research organization with a background in budgetary analysis — developed a successful advocacy strategy on health policy to change this.

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