Medicus Mundi International - Network Health for All (MMI)
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1964-11-07 Bensberg Germany FR
Founded 7 Nov 1964, Bensberg (Germany FR). Previously also referred to as International Organization for Cooperation in Health Care (IOCHC) – Organisation internationale de coopération pour la santé (OICS), Medicus Mundi Internationalis and Medicus Mundi International Network (MMI Network). Registered in accordance with the law of Germany FR, 16 Aug 1965.
Promote access to health and health care by supporting members' efforts; enhance the quality and effectiveness of international health cooperation through sharing know-how and joining forces.
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General Assembly (annual, usually at World Health Assembly, Geneva-Switzerland); Executive Board; Secretariat, based in Basel (Switzerland).
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