Action in International Medicine (AIM)
1988-11 London UK
Nov 1988, London (UK). Ceased to exist.
Achieve a striking and early improvement in health and thus in economic prospects in the poorer regions of the world through: strengthening health management systems in developing countries; improving the structure and function of district health systems; implementing strategies for health management assistance in collaboration with host governments, local health structures and indigenous professional communities; reorienting hospitals to the needs of local communities.
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An international consortium of health and health-related professional organizations. Board of Governors, consisting of 5 Life Governors and 5 Ordinary Governors. Advisory Panel, currently comprising 41 members. Executive Committee, composed of 5 members. Steering Group; Operations Group.
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