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Word is spreading about the PHM RTHCC and we are receiving inquiries from around the world. We have received funding from NOVIB and Save the Children UK (Thank you!) to initiate the campaign in Africa and Latin America. There is another request pending for Asian countries. We are in the process of identifying groups that are capable of organizing the campaign in various countries and formalizing our relationships with campaign committees. We have several countries each in Africa and the...
The People's Health Movement (PHM) Right to Health and Health Care Campaign (RTHHC) is designed to focus national and international attention on how the right to health and health care can be implemented worldwide with a relatively small shift of resources. Using this guide to evaluate the status of this right in your country can be the first step in the Campaign.
WGNRR 20 May 2006 Why we need to take action now There are 17.5 million women living with HIV in the world, a majority of them in developing countries. Over 13 million women are living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa, and almost two million in South and South East Asia. Prevalence rates among women have grown significantly in Eastern Europe and Central Asia since the year 2000. Recent reports show the Russian Federation has 440,000 women living with HIV/AIDS, which makes it the biggest AIDS...
PHM would like to invite civil society organizations, interested individuals and groups to participate in discussing the possibility of hosting such a campaign in South Africa. It would also contribute to building civil society for the Third People’s Health Assembly, planned for 2010 at an African venue (to be determined). This edition of Critical Health Perspectives sketches the background to the campaign and some of the thinking behind it. Louis Reynolds, Leslie London and...

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