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
|SANDRA PATRICIA LA PORTA||Argentina||Parto en el hogar|
|Charles Owino Amolo||Kenya||Youth Empowerment Strategies (YES)|
|shani John Sequeira||India||SOCHARA|
|Sumit Mazumdar||India||Institute for Human Development|
|Alice Inman||United Kingdom|
|Dr Rajeev C Bharathan||India||FOUNDATION FOR SOCIAL HEALTH|
|Sr.Mary Nalpathamkalam||Iraq||Medical Mission Sisters|
|Katelijn De Queecker||Belgium||Catholic University of Leuven|
|Aslı Davas||Turkey||Ege University Medical Faculty|
|Delphine Van Belleghem||Belgium|
|Dileep Kumar||Pakistan||Health and Nutrition Development Society (HANDS)|
|Goran Zangana||Iraq||University of Edinburgh|
|Søren Toksvig Klitkou||Norway||University of Oslo|
|Kurfi Abubakar Muhammed||Nigeria||National Health Insurance Scheme|
|Phillip Baker||Australia||National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, Australian National University|
|Anupa Rijal||Nepal||People's Health Movement Nepal Student's Circle|