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WHO: Impact of the global financial and economic crisis on health
Geneva, 19 January 2009 | WHO | "In view of the concerns being expressed by Member States and other partners regarding the health impacts of the current ...
About the Medicus Mundi International Network News
MMI Key Issues and Network Topics
MMI Network: News and Resources
MMI Network Events: What’s up
Editorial: Impact of the financial crisis on health
MMI Network News, January 2009
14th January 2009 | Contents: Impact of the financial crisis on health (Editorial); MMI Network events; MMI Network news and resources; MMI key issues.
MMI Network News, January 2009
CHAs Conference 2009 and the MMI Network: Related Documents
Kampala, 23-26 February 2009 Biennial conference of African Christian Health Associations The MMI Network will probably be represented at the CHAS 2009 ...
Re-defining our role in global health
Aachen, 21 November 2008 | The workshop organized by MISEREOR and the Medicus Mundi International Network (MMI) brought together some 25 representatives of ...
2008 December MMI News Briefing
Health for development
Farmacèutics Mundi and Medicus Mundi Catalunya are carrying out the awareness-raising campaign called “Health for development”. Its goal is to inform ...
Health System Strengthening: Role of incentives?
Basel, 27-28 November 2008. In the past year there has been a rapid increase in interest and application of cash transfers and other incentives intended ...
CHAs 2009
APT preliminary report
2008-11 Contracting study presentation
Participants PDF
When Beneficiaries Become Agents
"This issue paper presents some of the experiences of the Swiss Red Cross in supporting community-based health care (CBHC) systems in line with the ...
2008 October MMI News Briefing
MMI Misereor workshop 2008-11-21
Invitation as PDF
Reports: Health system integration and FBOs