3-day meeting of the People's Health Movement in Zagreb where the experiences, successes and disappointments of health systems and health coverage have been shared. Our international relations coordinator Ivan Zahinos explains it to us.
Seventh article of opinion of the Coordinator of International Relations written from Barcelona. The patients were piled on stretchers in the emergency corridor while the professionals were not able to respond to all the needs.
The army of women speaking up in order to warn over three million female children and enlighten them about the risk to suffer Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is increasing day after day, according to the UNO.
“Money alone is not the answer [… ] Strong primary health care is capable of meeting the vast majority of communities’ diverse health needs.” – PHCPI Strategy. Last September 2015, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the World Bank and the World Health Organization (WHO
As a milestone in a long process, the Open Working Group (OWG) mandated by the UN in 2012 to produce a set of proposals for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to succeed the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) delivered its outcome document “for consideration and appropria
This summer we are throwing an oblique glance at Western Africa, once more, as a result of the detection of a new outbreak of the Ebola disease. And we are looking in this direction because this virus is increasingly of concern for various reasons: first of all and fundament
The World Health Day is celebrated annually on April 7 to commemorate the anniversary of the founding of the World Health Organisation (WHO) in 1948. The theme for World Health Day 2014 is vector-borne diseases. Vectors are small organisms that carry disease from one infecte
In order to counteract the neoliberal stampede we are at the moment facing, We need connections, synergies, flexible, but strong networks The Troika’s rhetoric of austerity (Central European Bank + European Commission + International Monetary Fund) followed by the autonomous
Nobody doubts these days that having enough health personnel, in terms of quantity and quality, is a crucial element in order to have a sanitary system responsive to the healthcare needs of the population. However, the global situation is far from being acceptable. More than
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