Latin American and Caribbean Women's Health Network (LACWHN)
Réseau sanitaire pour les femmes d'Amérique latine et de Caraïbes
Red de Salud de las Mujeres Latinoamericanas y del Caribe (RSMLAC)
1984-05 Tenza Colombia
Founded at 1st Regional Women and Health Meeting, at the request of 60 participating groups.
Promote health, the full exercise of women's civil and human rights and women's citizenship through the cultural, political and social transformation of our region and the world from a feminist perspective; develop and strengthen the Networks capacity to generate information and promote circulation of this knowledge; contribute to the improved epidemiological diagnosis of women's comprehensive health in Latin America and the Caribbean; develop and strengthen the Network as a political reference point within the women's health mouvement and the wider society in order to influence national and international public policies and to monitor these processes as part of civil society; develop and strengthen links among Latin American and Caribbean women's health organizations and publicize their experiences.
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