Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is central to the attainment of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals especially SDG 3 on Good Health and Wellbeing for all. It involves the provision of access to quality health services while, protecting citizens from financial impoverishments due to costs of ill health. In order to ensure the achievement of this goal, the Nasarawa State Government established the Nasarawa State Health Insurance Agency (NASHIA) through Law no. 10 of 2018. Its main goal is to, regulate, supervise and ensure the effective administration of the Nasarawa State Health Insurance Scheme. The Agency is to strategically target the formal and informal sectors of the State by mobilizing all stakeholders to operate in a synergistic manner to provide a sustainable health financing system that is economically viable, culturally and religiously acceptable to the residents of the State.