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Viva Salud is a Belgian NGO furthering the right to health and sovereign development
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Paper : Why public health care is better
Today, when private actors see the health care system more and more as a market, we deem it important to defend and promote public health care. Why ?
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.
Health care in Cuba and the Philippines: what are the differences?
Can you find the 10 differences? Cuba and the Philippines: two developing countries, but a big disparity in their health system.How can this be possible? Discover the alternative in our newest video.
TTIP: Commercial agenda harmful to health
The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) will have an impact on health through the social determinants of health or daily living conditions, access to healthcare and medication.
TWHA in defense of equitable access to quality health care at Global Trade in Services Forum in Geneva
At the first Global Trade in Services Forum, in Geneva on 17th October 2014, leading experts and over 140 representatives from trade unions, civil society and governments, expressed their concerns abo
European Development Agenda Puts Commercial Interests before Health
In developing countries Europe prioritises the privatisation of services, even if this agenda enhances inequalities in access to health care.
Philippines: European Development Cooperation Should Not Support Commercialisation of Health Care Exacerbating Inequality
Today, in the Philippines, 28 women out of 100 do not enjoy skilled attendance during delivery, a situation showing a glaring lack of access to healthcare.
Melinda Gates addresses the World Health Assembly: Civil Society registers its protest
TWHA is a member of the People's Health Movement and subscribes to this press statement in response to the speech by Melinda Gates at the World Health Assembly.