Sharing knowhow and joining forces towards Health for All

MMI Secretariat

MMI Secretariat

Medicus Mundi International (MMI) supports the Network members' efforts to achieve the shared vision of Health for All through a set of specific contributions (see Network Policy, 2014):

  • Enhancing communication and cooperation among members and providing a platform for the development of joint activities, thematic working groups and consortia;
  • Fostering an evidence based approach in the members’ institutional cultures and programs and promoting collaboration between the Network members and research institutions
  • Pproviding a platform for joint advocacy at a global level, with a focus on the World Health Organization and in close cooperation with other networks and campaigns promoting Health for All; 
  • Fostering the visibility of the Network members and their activities by publishing their news, reports, statements, events and other contributions.

The activities of the small Medicus Mundi International Network Secretariat (Executive Secretary: Thomas Schwarz) have evolved with the demands of the member organisations. Feel free to get in touch with us to learn more!

Medicus Mundi International Network
Murbacherstrasse 34
CH-4056 Basel, Switzerland
phone:+41 61 383 18 11 (open on Monday and Tuesday)

Medicus Mundi International Network
Route de Ferney 150, CP 2100
CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland
phone +41 22 920 08 06 (open on Wednesday)

e-mail: office@medicusmundi.org

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News

Annual Report 2017 of the MMI Network

In addition to the institutional report, we have again received great contributions by MMI Network members. Their "short stories" provide a good picture of realities and challenges in the ... »Read more | »Show all (108)

Campaign/Advocacy
global health policy

Defend the World Health Organization from corporate takeover

Civil Society Statement calling on delegates to the World Health Assembly to defend the integrity and independence of the World Health Organization. In a press conference several Civil Society ... »Read more | »Show all (13)

Conference Report
gender equality

#AidToo: Sexual exploitation in international cooperation. Prevent, respond adequately – and most of all: address the root causes

Geneva, 26 May 2018. After the scandals of sexual abuse and exploitation by staff of organizations working in humanitarian aid and development cooperation reported and discussed in early 2018, ... »Read more | »Show all (39)

Event
global health policy

71st World Health Assembly and related events - MMI participation and contributions

Geneva, 21-26 May 2018. This year's World Health Assembly (WHA) will again a week full of intensive debates on key global health issues, both within the formal Committee meetings and in a ... »Read more | »Show all (7)

Project

MMI Network: who works where?

MMI Network members (and their members) are invited to present an overview of their projects or individual project descriptions and reports in the " who works where " section of the MMI ... »Read more

Article
global health policy

Development of a Global Strategy on Human Resources for Health: Input by the Medicus Mundi International Network

Since early 2014, the Global Health Workforce Alliance (GHWA) has been coordinating a broad-based  public consultation , through the development of 8 thematic papers, to collate evidence ... »Read more | »Show all (20)

Reporting

Annual Report 2016 of the MMI Network

Health cooperation and global governance: Yin and Yang according to MMI "The two main fields of work of the MMI Network are framed as follows: “We will promote knowledge sharing ... »Read more | »Show all (9)

Resource/Tool
equal access

Health Cooperation: Its relevance, legitimacy and effectiveness as a contribution to achieving universal access to health. MMI discussion paper

This paper on health cooperation and its relevance, legitimacy and effectiveness was discussed at the MMI workshop “ Health cooperation beyond aid ” in Berlin, on 29 September 2016, and ... »Read more | »Show all (15)

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