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Viva Salud is a Belgian NGO furthering the right to health and sovereign development
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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.
Yet another training on community participation?!
On 22 and 23 September, staff of Viva Salud Palestinian partners took part in a training of trainers (ToT) activity aimed at strengthening their capacity to engage with the community in the struggle f
Let yourself be guided through 2017
What were the highlights in our partner countries? What victories did we achieve with our campaigns in Belgium?
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.
A radical change is needed for the health of the planet and the people
Capitalism is bad for our health. During an international conference, supported by TWHA, this concept was not only proven but also illustrated with tons of examples from all over the world.
Annual report 2016: the winding road to the right to health
Take a look at our highlights of 2016. Here's an overview of TWHA's most successful moments and most striking results in Belgium and in the Global South.
Fidel Castro – revolutionary, internationalist and human rights defender
The People’s Health Movement pays tribute to Fidel Castro, a historic figure who has been the primary architect of a social project that has proven that the right to health can be largely achieved eve
Geneva Global Health Hub (G2H2): Influencing decision making on global health issues
TWHA is one of the founding members of the Geneva Global Health Hub. This initiative is pooling resources to make health organizations' advocacy more effective in Geneva.