Appropriate measures are crucial to combat Covid-19, how they are taken and enacted –by whom, using which evidence-base and which institutions – is also fundamental. It determines the durability of the responses and the shape of future societies. We are launching a new collaborative project to map and document the governance of the Covid-19 reactions…
Alors que le monde entier est devenu vulnérable et fragile face à la pandémie du COVID-19, les présentations et discussions faites dans le cadre du webinaire de notre communauté des pratiques (CH-CoP) ont souligné comment un système communautaire résilient peut faire maillage avec les services de santé pour la réalisation des objectifs sanitaires et de…
When the whole world has become vulnerable and fragile to the COVID-19 pandemic, the discussion and presentations as part of the webinar in CH-CoP highlighted how a resilient community system can be streamlined and utilized to fight along with our health care workers.
One of the most oft-cited concerns of stakeholders in social participation efforts is the representativeness of those who contribute. WHO experts share some guidance with us.
L’International Decision Support Initiative (iDSI) et la Communauté de Pratique ETS de Collectivity ont le plaisir de vous inviter au deuxième webinaire de leur nouvelle série.
WHO in collaboration with the Health Systems Governance Collaborative, Health System Global, the UHC Partnership, UHC2030 and the Civil Society Engagement Mechanism for UHC2030 are hosting a consultation and webinar series on the Handbook on Social Participation for Universal Health Coverage.
The end of 2019 was marked by significant events for community health in the Southern countries. These included the Regional Forum on Community Health in the context of Primary Health Care. It was held from November 12 to 15, 2019 in Cotonou, Benin.