You are here

Latest Campaign Updates

The National Movement for the Right to Health joins with the indignation and protest of the population of Laurelty for the complete dysfunction and ineptitude with which the National Authorities have managed the situation since the outbreak of yellow fever was unleashed in our country. We hold responsible the President of the Republic and the Health Ministry for the deaths and illness from yellow fever that have happened and that can continue due to the lack of foresight, disinformation...
In this Update: Funds for Asia and Middle East/North Africa participation now available! / Funding Criteria / Campaign Media and Communications Team forming / Upcoming Meetings / Have a virtual meeting with the coordinators via Skype / Campaign FAQs / Country Updates. Funds for Asian and Middle East/North Africa participation now available! We invite PHM partners from the Asia and MENA regions to apply for funds to support their activism for the right to health through...
As part of the ongoing Global Right to Health and Health Care Campaign, the campaign was launched in Benin on 1st March 2008 in Abomey Calavi. The Benin Republic is a secular country located in West Africa between Nigeria and Togo. It stands on 114,600 km square and counts 59 inhabitants per square kilometer. More than 65% of people are young and the life expectancy is 59.2 years. In Benin the infant mortality rate is 90/1000 live births and the maternal mortality rate is 474 per 100...
It is important to celebrate small victories, no matter how partial or temporary they may be. As you all know, the government of Egypt had declared its intention and insistence to introduce a new law under the banner of "health reform". In reality, this amounted to the privatization of the majority of the health care facilities in Egypt as well as running the whole system on market for profit basis. In addition, a multi-tier system is developed in which a basic package for the poor is provided...
The concept paper of the Right To Health and Health Care Campaign is available for download in PDF format.
Global Thematic Campaign on Gender and Reproductive JusticeTogether we can strategise for a better world that is founded on social justice, non-discrimination and equal opportunity for all people.  PHM global has already been engaged with many networks such as WGNRR, IWHM, ARROW, SAMA, WISH to name a few. We would like to welcome and invite networks/organisations, coalitions to join and collaborate with us on this initiative At the People’s Health Assembly 3 held in Cape Town, South...
Health for All - The CampaignWhy Health for All?The Right to Health in a Health for All CampaignWhy Join?Join NOW!How to get involved?Health for All - The CampaignThis campaign is uniting PHM health activists locally and globally to mobilize for ‘Health For All’. To achieve this, the ‘Health for All Campaign’ provides a framework for a comprehensive strategy for change that includes:political economy-based situation analyses and critiques, addressing the structural, social and economic...
September 2007 Update In this update:1. If you want funding from the global campaign…2. Local fundraising ideas3. New financial support for the campaign4. Campaign Assessment Guide Now Available in French5. Discussion group "Together for Equity and Health"6. Update on Campaign organizers7. Sign up for the listserve8. Country news 1. If you want to receive fundsWe have funds to give to PHM country circles to carry out the campaign. To receive these funds a country circle must...
Community organisations, trade unions and religious groups on Saturday banded together to try to force the government to improve the poor state of South Africa's health system. Sporting placards reading "SA Health Crisis is bigger than Manto vs Routledge", "Public Health before Private Wealth" and "Health for all NOW", hundreds of people marched through Site C, Khayelitsha, to mark the launch of the People's Health Movement's Right to Health Campaign...
The Right to Health: a toolkit for health professionals The Right to Health Toolkit (by the British Medical Association and the Commonwealth Medical Association Trust) is designed to provide practical, realistic guidance for health professionals on the meaning and implications of the right to health. It is aimed at an international audience of health care workers and is designed to be rooted in everyday practice. http://www.bma.org.uk/ap.nsf/AttachmentsByTitle/...

Pages