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The Alliance for Health launches its Work Plan

The website design and creation, the launch of a national campaign and the establishment of the 1st School of Health Activism in Mozambique are some of the major projects that the Alliance proposes to develop.

On the 3rd of July the members of the Alliance for Health met again for a productive work session. The first Work Plan was born from it in order to promote the Right Health through the pillars of research, training and advocacy.

The work plan highlights the website creation reflecting the 3 main areas of action, the national advocacy campaign launching and the creation of the first School of Health Activism in Mozambique. Also the creation of the first training courses and the start of the research component through two studies: one on the factors that contribute to malnutrition in Cabo Delgado, another on the financing of the health sector in Mozambique and its impact on quality of Primary Health Care.

This initiativehas the financial support of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation (AECID) and other co-financers.

Establishment of the First School of Health Activism in Mozambique

This meeting also discussed how to hold the next International Conference on Social Determinants of Health,  in an innovative and different format than usual, which is consistent with the current circumstances of the global pandemic.

Finally, the team dedicated itself to analyzing the membership criteria to admit new members, and it was decided to extend the participation to all activist organizations that show commitment and commit themselves to be part of this social movement, regardless of whether they have or not , a legal registration document.

The meeting was attended by N'weti - Communication for Health, OCS - Citizen Observatory for Transparency and Good Governance in the Health Sector, medicusmundi and the Municipal Commission for Social Determinants of Health.