[Comment] Questioning progress towards universal health coverage for the most vulnerable

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Lancet Global Health
The Lancet Global Health is The Lancet's first gold open-access title and focuses on original research, commentary, correspondence and blogs on topics including maternal and child health, infectious and noncommunicable diseases, mental health, and more. The Editor is Zoë Mullan.

In this issue of The Lancet Global Health, Jean-Francois Trani and colleagues1 present findings on access to health care for people with disabilities in Afghanistan. Using a multilevel modelling approach, they assess data from two large-scale studies carried out in 2005 and 2013 to understand the impact that a decade of international intervention and investment in the Afghan health-care sector has had on a population that has consistently been identified as having significantly less access to health care than the general population.

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[Comment] Questioning progress towards universal health coverage for the most vulnerable