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Peoples Health Movement Tanzania (PHM Tanzania) conducted a day policy dialogue as part of its annual activities to discuss the current trend and development in addressing Health Rights for All in the country. This is the Second Annual Policy Dialogue to be conducted in the country since the organisation initiated the dialogue session last year. The discussion aimed to bring all health activists on board to discuss on current key health issues based on human rights approach (rights to Health,...
Peoples Health Movement Tanzania invites you to participate in its Annual Health policy dialogue on 9th August 2016 at COSTECH Conference Hall ground floor from 9:00hrs-12:00hrs. The aim of this policy discussion is to bring all health activists on board to discuss on key health issues based on human rights perspectives. Specifically the focus will be on;  1. Advocating for inclusion/recognition of community health workers (CHWs) in the Tanzania Health workforce structures. 2. Promoting...
        Español      Français The People’s Health Movement in the US and in Canada continue planning for a North America People’s Health Assembly! The assembly will take place in Montreal on 15 August 2016, immediately following the World Social Forum. The focus of the gathering will be to build relationships, to strategize ways forward and to plan actions for activists and organizers in the movement: it will not be an...
From Europe, to the Philippines, to Australia... Tomorrow April 7th, world health day, the People's Health Movement together with allied networks, organisations and movements will be mobilising against the privatisation and commercialisation of health care. People's voices should be heard when they demand that their right to a healthy and safe life is prioritised over the economic interests of a few! (and thank you Fran Baum for this https://croakey.org/privatisation-creep-are-corporations-s...
 On April 7, World Health Day, we are happy to inform you that PHM Philippines will be holding a picket rally in front of the WHO WPRO office here in Manila to demand that WHO plays a stronger role in protecting people's health and upholding the people's right to health.This will also be a time to challenge the government and other international health bodies like the WHO to stop the privatization and commercialization of health care and reneging on the government's responsibilihilasty to...
The statement below has been issued by the People’s Health Movement South Africa on the World TB Day 2016 As the world commemorates the World TB day today 24 March 2016,we note the growing epidemic of DR TB, affecting mainly poor and vulnerable populations in our country. We call upon our government to take necessary steps to address and strengthen the health system, invest resources to prevent TB transmission, and expand access to early diagnosis and effective treatment for all forms of...
PHM Europe together with other European networks and local collectives in Belgium, France, Spain, Greece, etc. is organising a European day of action against the commercialisation of health on April 7th. There will be actions and activities in many cities/villages and health institutions, and a centralised action in Brussels. European mobilisation: https://www.facebook.com/events/227234777620210/Action in Brussels: https://www.facebook.com/events/1572936829687915/ Dowload...
PHM Sri Lanka launched a campaign to collect signatures for a public petition to be submitted to His Excellency, the President of Sri Lanka, to have the rights for health enshrined in the proposed new Sri Lankan Constitution. This is one of the activities planned to be held during February and March 2016.  The campaign commenced in front of Fort Railway Station in Colombo on 04.03.2016. Fort Railway Station is a place where railway commuters from all parts of the island pass through daily...
If you are interested in getting involved or to read about PHM Korea and Korean health issues visit their newly launched website Click link here .To get involved contact Chang-yup Kim on [email protected]
PHM Sri Lanka held a meeting in January 2016 to discuss the proposed Constitution of Sri Lanka. Introducing the subject, Mr. Peiris mentioned that this is not a new issue since PHM had been taking efforts to have the Right to health included in the Constitution since 2000 as the Sri Lankan Chapter of PHM was inaugurated.  In the year 2000, PHM Sri Lanka made a submission to the Constitution planners. A letter confirming the receipt was received. PHM was the only organization to make the...

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