International Council on Women's Health Issues (ICOWHI)
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1984, at 1st International Congress, Halifax (Canada), being conceived in 1983 by a group of women interested in the health and health care of women throughout the world. By-laws adopted at 2nd International Congress, 1986, Halifax (Canada). Registered in accordance with US law, 2004.
Explore biological, socio-economic, cultural, political and spiritual factors affecting the health and development of women throughout their life cycle; identify areas of need; facilitate, implement and evaluate solutions to potential and actual health problems of women of all ages; encourage a multi-disciplinary and multi-sectoral approach to promoting women's health and well being; promote and supporte women's health research; influence policy related to women's health worldwide.
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