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united for health
Viva Salud is a Belgian NGO furthering the right to health and sovereign development
What we do
Who we are
Philippines, Laos and Asia
What Palestinian and Filipino partners learn from each other in their struggle for the right to health
In April, together with the NGOs Solidagro and KIYO, we organized a partner meeting in Manila for an evaluation of a common programme.
Asserting people's rights is not a crime. Our partners in the Philippines under threat
Representatives of the Philippine government – and especially the military – have launched accusations recently against different social organizations, including some of Viva Salud's partners.
VIDEO - Health care in Cuba, the Philippines and Belgium - a world of difference
Can health be a source of profit? We invited a Filipina and a Cuban health worker to talk about health care in their own country.
Action for Philippine children victims of vaccination scandal
The Dengvaxia scandal has caused a big stir in the Philippines. Dengvaxia is the name of a vaccine against dengue, a potentially deadly tropical disease. Sadly enough, the vaccine is not risk-free.
Micheline visited her adoptive child in the Philippines
As a union activist, Micheline wants to support colleagues all over the world. Since a few years, she supports the child of a Philippine union representative with a monthly donation.
Philippine trade union activist Elmer Labog: "Duterte was close with the progressive sector in the past, but we do not allow him to trample on the people's rights"
Elmer "Ka Bong" Labog is chairperson of one of the biggest progressive labor organizations in the Philippines, the Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU).
International community looks at human rights situation in the Philippines
What’s the deal with … human rights in the Philippines? At the beginning of May, The UN human rights council analyses to what degree the Asian country respects its commitments.
PAPER : Health care access in the Philippines
Filipinos suffer from dismal access to health services.