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Memisa

Memisa

"Memisa promotes quality basic health care. The main purpose is to provide essential, quality and appropriate care, particularly for the most disadvantaged people, without distinction of race, religion or political persuasion. This is achieved through sustainable development programmes, small-scale initiatives and emergency aid in Africa, Asia and Latin America."

Memisa joined the MMI Network in 2011.

 

News

European Call to Action: A health worker for everyone, everywhere!

The world is 7.2 million health workers short. This seriously threatens the health of people worldwide. Especially middle and low income countries are severely affected. The partners in the ... »Read more | »Show all (2)

Campaign/Advocacy
equal access

European "Health Workers for all" project (2013-15): Country and joint activities and results

"The project ‘Health Workers for All and All for Health Workers’ (HW4All) wanted to increase the coherence between development cooperation policies and domestic health policies and practices of ... »Read more | »Show all (2)

Conference Report
governance, leadership, accountability

Health-y answers to comple#ity: Are we able to move beyond the control panel? MMI Network meeting and conference

Brussels, 27-29 November 2013, Medicus Mundi International Network meeting hosted by Memisa celebrating its 25 years jubilee and linked to the annual seminar of Be-cause Health .   ... »Read more

Event
gender equality

Putting People at the Heart of Development. Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in the Post-2015 Era

Brussels, 28 November 2014, Be-cause health seminar. In 1994, 179 governments reached a remarkable consensus at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in Cairo. ... »Read more

Project

Memisa projects and programs

The Dutch and French version of Memisa 's website provide detailed information about structural programs, emergency aid and microprojects undertaken by this organization in various countries. ... »Read more

Article
maternal health

Giving birth is not a game

In October 2015, Memisa launched the online videogame “Giving Birth is not a game” to sensitize the Belgian public about the problem of maternal mortality worldwide, and especially in ... »Read more | »Show all (3)

Reporting

Annual Report 2016 of Memisa

The Annual Report 2016 of Memisa is available in Dutch and French . ... »Read more | »Show all (6)

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