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Health governance, health systems, health cooperation, determinants of health/policies: Updates by the secretariat
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Geneva Global Health Nov 27
Starting point for civil society analysis of former and current proposals on "Involvement of non-State actors in WHO’s governing bodies" (): See "Towards a more meaningful engagement of WHO with civil society" published in May
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Geneva Global Health Nov 27
New WHO proposals on "Involvement of non-State actors in WHO’s governing bodies" are currently assessed by G2H2 and its members in view of their implications: Further restriction of space of civil society or even damaging civil society actors, structures and interfaces with ?
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Geneva Global Health Nov 27
The documentation includes report on "Involvement of non-State actors in WHO’s governing bodies" with proposals such as to limit size of NSA delegations or to hold regular "informal meetings". Pilots proposed for already.
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Geneva Global Health Nov 27
The agenda and first documents for the 146th session of the Executive Board, 3-8 February 2020, are available now (if you find them).
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kent buse Nov 26
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Wemos Nov 26
Don't miss this upcoming Thursday's on mobility & updates on the 2nd Code review process by the .
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UHC2030 Nov 26
2019 is soon! Health is a human right, no matter what your gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, age, ability or citizenship. means ensuring every community can get the health services they need, without discrimination or financial hardship.
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Int'l HealthPol blog Nov 26
4th WHO Africa Forum on HSS for UHC and the SDGs: Country experiences and lessons in galvanising performance of health systems by P Tumusiime et al
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PHM Nov 25
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Wemos Nov 17
Powerful actors in international aid can ignore, support or undermine national health systems. We need to ensure that aid aligns with national priorities and policies. Check out the example of aid for hospital infrastructure in Tanzania:
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Wemos Nov 17
The dominant multi-stakeholder approach in international could further reduce the already shrinking space for meaningful . Find out how Wemos commits to enhancing civilsociety engagement in the
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UHC2030 Nov 25
Interesting article about UHC and human rights, with examples from Kenya and Uganda. Are we doing enough to ensure that the right to health is embedded in all our efforts to achieve ?
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Medicus Mundi International Network Nov 25
From a bit of distance, we look back proudly to the intensive Kampala civil society workshop that ended with the formal launch of the and a set of concrete action plans. More to be reported soon.
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PHM Africa Nov 16
Current narrative on aid reinforces power imbalances. Kampala initiative commits to continued work to recognize this problematic language and work towards alternative ways to frame the language to reflect reality
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Monna wa Mosotho Nov 15
Such an impactful gathering of CSO. Thanks to for a great job! Good Evening Uganda! Asante sana!
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Wemos Nov 16
We need donors to align with national policies to invest in the public health system, which includes firm & sustained financial support in health workers. Wemos commits to reignite advocacy for for all through the .
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Wemos Nov 16
We need to address policy incoherence, where multilateral institutions work against the normative values of aid & solidarity.
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PHM UGANDA Nov 16
The state is important in the regulation of the private sector, but the private sector is still largely unregulated.
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Myria Koutsoumpa Nov 15
We need to address policy incoherence, where multilateral institutions work against the normative values of solidarity.
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Fird Uganda Nov 15
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