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The People's Charter for Health

The People's Charter for Health is a statement of the shared vision, goals, principles and calls for action that unite all the members of the PHM coalition. It is most widely endorsed consensus document on health since the Alma Ata Declaration

The People's Health Charter was formulated and endorsed by the participants of the First People's Health Assembly held at Dhaka, Bangladesh in December 2000.

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The Mumbai Declaration

The Mumbai Declaration was the consensus document of the 3rd International Forum for the Defence of the People's Health held in Mumbai on 14th and 15th of January 2004.

The Declaration focuses on the key challenges that the people of the world face today in achieving health. It is an update on the People's Charter for Health based on the collective experience of the movement.

 

 

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Thu, 01/01/2009
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The People's Charter on HIV and AIDS

The People's Charter on HIV and AIDS is a consensus document that amplifies the voices of the people affected, infected, living with and suffering from HIV/AIDS. It aims at providing a people's perspective on HIV/ AIDS and related issues like access, rights and trade issues.

The People's Charter on HIV and AIDS was officially released by the People's Health Movement during the International AIDS conference at Bangkok in July 2004.

 

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Thu, 01/01/2009
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The Cuenca Declaration

Coming from 82 countries around the world, 1492 people met at the Second People's Health Assembly in Cuenca, Ecuador from 17th to 22nd July 2005, to analyse global health problems and to develop strategies to promote Health for all. The Cuenca Declaration builds on the People's Charter for Health (2000) and saw it as a rallying document for the ongoing struggles of the People's Health Movement globally and within countries.

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