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Annual Report 2016 of Medicus Mundi Switzerland
The Annual Report 2016 of the Network Medicus Mundi Switzerland is available in German and French language.
Implementation Research: Practice of NGOs and Political Challenges
Measurement and evaluation as well as looking for evidence: Implementation Research on projects and programmes is of increasing importance within health ...
Switzerland's commitment: United Against Malaria
Bern, Switzerland, 27 April – 7 May 2011. An exhibition of the Swiss Malaria Group. "Malaria casts a shadow over the daily life of two billion people ...
No ‘Business as Usual’ against Non-Communicable Diseases
The Symposium 2017 of the Medicus Mundi Switzerland Network highlighted the complexity of the NCD epidemic. Determinants of NCDs are of social, ...
Governing Digital Health: Beyond ownership and regulation
Geneva, 26 April 2018. “Digital health technologies, solutions and approaches to decision-making are transforming the delivery of healthcare, and involve a ...
SRC Concept Nutrition
"Is malnutrition an issue in your project area? The International Cooperation management of SRC has approved a concept document on how we can strengthen ...
Annual Report 2009 of Medicus Mundi Switzerland
The Annual Report of Medicus Mundi Switzerland is available in German ( PDF ) and French ( PDF ).
Annual report 2011 of Medicus Mundi Switzerland
The Annual Report of Medicus Mundi Switzerland is available in German ( PDF ) and French ( PDF ).
Environment and Health: Bridging South, North, East and West
Basel, 19-23 August 2013. " This is the first-ever joint conference of three leading scientific societies dedicated to improve public health, namely - ...
One Health for Humans and Animals - How Do We Get Zoonoses under Control?
Basel, 6-7 December 2018, Swiss TPH Winter Symposium. "More than 60% of human infectious diseases have an animal origin. Join us to explore, learn and ...
"Health for All" by 2030: On the Right Track, or on the Verge of Failing?
Basel, 7 November 2018, MMS Symposium 2018. "Health is a fundamental human right. However, today inequality, poverty, exploitation, violence and injustice ...
Position Paper on Universal Health Coverage
"With the Millennium Development goals coming to an end by 2015, a debate is going on about what could be a coherent global framework for the upcoming ...
Gender Based Violence: Approaches and challenges at community and advocacy level
Berne, 2 May 2018, MMS/aidsfocus.ch conference 2018. "Gender Based Violence (GBV) is a main issue in international health cooperation. GBV is not only a ...
Innovating the delivery of hypertension care
Gideon Dapaa, 49, a high school teacher from the Lower Manya Krobo District in the Eastern region of Ghana, was diagnosed with hypertension ...
Equitable access to quality healthcare for the most vulnerable: Vision or reality? Ex-post impact study
The core aim of the Swiss Red Cross (SRC) health projects is to enable equitable access to quality health services, particularly for the most ...
"Now I can be somebody. I can think for myself…"
Berne, 9 September 2014, aidsfocus.ch Meeting Point on psychosocial support in the context of violence, HIV, and poverty. How can girls and women who ...
Lighting up St. Paul hospital in Kashikishi
The story repeats itself frequently: In a remote place in Africa there is a poor hospital, the hospital has helpers, helpers install hardware, ...
Health in fragile contexts
Bern, 24 August 2016. In an increasing number of countries the implementation of health programmes is challenged by fragile contexts. At the same time, ...
Annual report 2013 of Medicus Mundi Switzerland
The annual report of Medicus Mundi Switzerland is available in German ( PDF ) and French ( PDF ).
Access to medicines for all
The issue no. 117 (September 2010) of the Bulletin of Medicus Mundi Switzerland is a collection of contributions in English, French and German on the ...
How to address sexual violence and HIV
Bern, 10 April 2014, aidsfocus.ch conference. Sexual violence is a fundamental violation of human rights and has a direct impact on the health and ...
The Future of the Swiss Engagement against Malaria
Basel, 22 April 2015. Malaria remains an important public health challenge and a main cause of morbidity and mortality in many countries. Therefore it is ...
Linking HIV and reproductive and sexual health and rights
Bern, Switzerland, 7 April 2011. "A young girl might want to prevent a pregnancy and protect herself from HIV. A woman living with HIV might be pregnant and ...
Realizing the Right to Health
Geneva, 22 June 2009. Following the recent publication of the book "Realizing the Right to Health", edited by Mary Robinson and Andrew Clapham, there will ...
Evidence Meets Decisions Makers - Better Use of Evidence for Better Health
Basel, 6 April 2017. The Swiss TPH Spring Symposium 2017 invites public health policy makers, statisticians, and global health specialists and students ...
Helping all Players pull at the same rope
In June 2008, the Medicus Mundi International Network was invited to the 8th Plenary Assembly of the Association of Episcopal Conferences of the Central ...
aidsfocus.ch: A model thematic community in the health sector
Based on the need of its member organizations to share more intensely experience and knowledge on health-related topics, the Medicus Mundi Switzerland (MMS) ...
Polio Eradication and the Implications for Health Governance
Geneva, 11 March 2016. The Global Health Programme at the Graduate Institute has launched an applied research project to analyse the critical dimensions of ...
Mental Health: A Forgotten Facet of Healthcare
"Globally close to 450 million people have mental health disorders; more than 75% of that number live in developing countries. According to the World ...
The MMS Strategy 2017-2019: Health for All in a solidary world
In 2016 the Network Medicus Mundi Switzerland (MMS) has worked on its new strategy – with some remarkable results. To be honest: I was very much ...