NGO Forum for Health
Sep 1978, Alma Ata (USSR), as International NGOs' Primary Health Care Group (NGO PHC Group) or NGO Group on Primary Health Care, at International Conference on Primary Health Care, having been active since early 1976 under the name Non-Governmental Organizations Joint Planning Exercise in Primary Health Care. Mid 1990s changed name to International NGO Group on PHC (INGO). Mandate of the Group has since been enlarged beyond PHC and present name was adopted in 1996. Dissolved 23 Jan 2018.
Foster partnership in health among NGOs and other international organizations and government and private agencies; develop health priorities and ensure integration of a gender perspective in all health policies and programmes; identify present and future trends in the health sector and seek joint actions to meet those needs.
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General Meeting (annual), during World Health Assembly in Geneva (Switzerland); Executive Committee.
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