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PHM-Uganda Analysis On BBC About The Lomé Initiative, And False Medicines Epidemic In Africa: 17th January, 2020

Since Uganda was part of the Lomé Initiative to Address the False Medicines Epidemic Sweeping Across Africa. We provided our analysis on BBC about the false Medicines and Its Effects On The Right To Health In Uganda, and how The Lome Initiative will address and counter the plight of the trafficking networks of falsified medicines, and how to ensure that […]

COPASAH Symposium 2019 , October 14-18, New Delhi

The theme of the COPGS 2019 was Leaving No One Behind: Strengthening Community Centred Health Systems for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals. The Symposium was organised between 15th and 18th October 2019 at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi – India. This brought together 500 practitioners from diverse social – cultural contexts including COPASAH members from Latin America, Eastern Europe, Sub Saharan African, […]

Remembering Prof David Sanders

This Memorial meeting about our fallen hero Prof David Sanders reminded us thousands of his global remarkable deeds in advocating for equitable health care and addressing inequalities in social welfare between and within countries. The IPHU team together with activists in South Africa and around the world gathered to commemorate the life of our fallen global academic and health activist […]

IPHU Training Workshop “Struggle for health and Access to affordable medicines” Cape Town

The International People’s Health University (IPHU) of the People’s Health Movement (PHM), jointly with PHM-South Africa and the Third World Network,  organized “THE STRUGGLE FOR HEALTH AND ACCESS TO AFFORDABLE MEDICINES” training, a short training course for young public health professionals including health activists in Cape Town, South Africa. The course is planned for young health activists and practitioners working […]

PHM/HURIC Uganda Newsletter 

Before we close 2019, we have been engaged in a couple of events from August through December 2019 which we have documented through our Newsletter; UHC Day 2019, “Keep The Promise” How much have you educated/informed your community about UHC and the UN High Level Meeting Political Declaration on UHC? Find it in this Newsletter; Health cooperation, What Transpired At “Beyond aid” […]

HURIC & PHM At Medicus Mundi 2018 International Conference On The Social Determinants Of Health

We presented on People’s Health Movement-Uganda and HURIC’s growing involvement in strengthening the social determinants of Health, through; social accountability initiatives such as, Active civic engagement through civil society organizations’ involvement, and Community participation as a new global paradigm in health systems strengthening. Experiences of the People’s Health Movement and HURIC in Uganda and explore the challenges and opportunities for […]

PHM/MMI Statement At 72nd World Health Assembly On UHC By Michael Ssemakula From HURIC-UG

Link to the statement: “Whilst we see World Health Organization’s work on Primary Health Care as a step forward, there are still issues to address. The 1978 Declaration of Alma-Ata put forward a vision of Comprehensive Primary Health Care (CPHC), rooted in “health as a human right” and the “spirit of social justice.” Alma-ata proposed to achieve Health for all by […]

Civil society side meeting at World Health Assembly 72 In Geneva

“Boosting community-led responses to reaching the most marginalised communities: From communities to Primary Health Care to UHC.” Michael Sssemakula representing us on this platform with the main focus on the community health workers and how they are a vessel in advancing  the UHC goal in Uganda. Community-led responses for health are catalyst for UHC and in the move towards attaining the […]

WHO Watchers’ Workshop in Ferney-Voltaire France

Michael Ssemakula: making analysis during the WHO-watchers’ workshop on the third round of reporting on the implementation of the Global code of practice on the international recruitment of health workers in the WHO regions. Our PHM global network follows closely the work of WHO, both through the World Health Assembly and the Executive Board. A team of PHM volunteers attends WHO […]