Geneva/ Information Office/ 16 September 2015/ The State of Qatar has confirmed that it has one of the most dynamic health systems worldwide, which is characterized by fast growth, and dedication of the workforce, as well as related innovative technology and medicines. It pointed out that the organizing and financing of healthcare to be provided to the entire population is of extremely difficult matter, especially in the medium and low-income countries, commending the role of global health organizations and institutions by extending support for countries to learn from each other and move forward towards achieving universal health coverage. This came during a side event organized by the Permanent Mission of the State of Qatar to the United Nations Office at Geneva, entitled "The right of access to comprehensive health coverage", in cooperation with the Supreme Council of Health (SCH) in Qatar, and the World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH), on the sidelines of meetings the 30th session of the Human Rights Council, which is currently being held in Geneva from September 14 to October 2, 2015. The event is organized in order to review key aspects relating to universal health coverage and to discuss the healthcare issue as a human right in conflict zones Armed areas. Addressing the session, HE Permanent Representative of Qatar to the United Nations Office and international organizations in Geneva Faisal bin Abdullah Al Henzab said : "The access to comprehensive and quality healthcare services is an optimal goal for healthy people who are considered the main tool for all development efforts, and to by contrast, the restriction of access to health care services, due to lack of availability, or high cost, or lack of insurance coverage, adversely affect the ability of peoples to achieve their full potential, and thus affect the quality of life. HE Ambassador Al Henzab said that the world leaders will formally adopt in late of this September the sustainable development goals, which its third goal explicitly refers to ensure a healthy life and promote the well-being of all of all ages, he said, adding that in the State of Qatar we believe that ensure the effective implementation of this goal requires the recognition of the crucial role played by the universal health coverage in this regard, which is confirmed by the important related resolution of the General Assembly which was unanimously adopted in 2012 and for a universal health coverage as a foundation for sustainable development and global security. HE Ambassador Faisal bin Abdullah Al Henzab said that recognizing these challenges, HH Sheikha Moza bint Nasser, Chairperson of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF) had launched The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) in 2013 as a global healthcare community dedicated to capturing and disseminating the best evidence-based ideas in healthcare, providing global solutions that will save both lives and much needed resources. The State of Qatar hosted at the beginning of the current year the The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH) 2015, which dealt with the most important interlocutor between the theme of "universal health coverage," which is the same subject that we are discussing, HE Al Henzab added. He underlined that the State of Qatar has achieved universal health coverage for all citizens, which is now extending it to include non-Qatari residents who are far exceed the number of Qatari nationals.