The development of the People’s Charter for Health is considered as one of the most democratic processes during the first People's Health Assembly (PHA-1) in Savar, Bangladesh (December 2000), where around 1453 health activists from all over the world had equal chances to contribute to the drafting of the Charter.
The Charter was primarily endorsed by all participants of the PHA-1.
Eight years later, an Online Endorsement Form is developed. It aims at documenting further endorsements of the Charter and any suggestions for needed changes.
Endorse the People's Charter for Health here
|Abdikarim Muse Ali||Somalia||DRDC|
|Maziko Hisbon Matemba||Malawi||Health and Rights Education Programme(HREP)|
|Eliane Maria Teixeira Leite Flores|
|Order Cheap Aceon Overnight No RX 30||UNICRUZ|
|Hina Tabassum||Pakistan||Children and Women Trust|
|Jonathan Broad||United Kingdom|
|Julia Margaret Anaf||Australia||Southgate Institute of Health, Society and Equity, Flinders University of South Australia|
|Phungreiso Varu||India||Assam Don Bosco University|
|Amol Dilip Sonawane||India|
|Alexander Bofu Chikonga||Malawi||Motivation Charitable Trust|
|Nondo Ebuela Ejano||Tanzania||Women's Promotion Centre|
|Saifullah Khan||Pakistan||Integrated Regional Support Program|
|MARTA BALZARINI||Italy||Università degli studi di Cagliari|
|Denis Axelrud Saffer||Brazil||Conceição Hospitalar Group|
|Y Bhim Nie||United States||Montagnard Health Association (MHA)|