Too many people are held back from everyday health because of factors beyond their control. That’s why we’re aiming to make everyday health more inclusive.

We have set ourselves the goal of empowering millions of people a year to be more included in opportunities for better everyday health, empowering 50 million people a year by 2025.


Discover how we’re making better everyday health more inclusive.

We believe everyone should have the chance to live in good health for as long as possible, whoever they are. But this isn’t a reality for many people. In a world where social conditions shape our everyday health, millions are still held back.

By understanding and exploring where barriers exist to better everyday health, we can work together with others to help break them down. That’s why we are partnering with Economist Impact and supporting their work to create the world’s first Health Inclusivity Index.

The Health Inclusivity Index is a comprehensive programme that analyses efforts to improve health inclusivity around the world, beginning with 40 countries and ultimately expanding to 80 countries.

It’s clear to us from the Index’s initial findings that empowering people – including those from marginalised and vulnerable communities – to engage in their health is key to improving health inclusivity.