$10,000 and above
As global health leaders tackle the practical realities of universal access to primary health care, it is clear that community health is central to sustainable human development. The foundations of community health are increasingly recognized as crucial components of national health strategies and in achieving the aspirations of the Alma Ata Declaration of "Health for All." We need to further integrate community health approaches into national health policy and systems in order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and the implementation of the Global Strategy for Women's, Children's and Adolescents' Health.
Co-hosted by USAID and UNICEF, and in collaboration with USAID's flagship Maternal and Child Survival Program (MCSP), the World Health Organization, and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Institutionalizing Community Health Conference (ICHC) will engage ministries of health and social affairs, civil society leaders, policymakers, sub-national managers and practitioners, private sector, bilaterals and multilaterals, and researchers to discuss progress and challenges in community health and community health worker programs. We seek your assistance to be better able to share state-of-the-art lessons and experience; enable country stakeholders to share progress and identify solutions to persistent challenges; inform country policies and plans through evidence, success and failures; and engage communities as resources and agents of national and local systems.
For more information, contact Charlene Reynolds at Charlene [dot] Reynolds [at] mscprogram [dot] org
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