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5 years of the Declaration of Alma-Ata on Primary Health Care

"International Anniversary Conference marking 35 years of the Declaration of Alma-Ata on Primary Health Care: Innovative Primary Health Care to Universal Health Coverage"

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Developing family medicine in Africa

Elsie Kiguli-Malwadde, Jan de Maeseneer and Catherine Kansiime on the growth of a speciality that is beginning to flourish, despite obstacles in its path.
Sub-Saharan Africa has some of the world’s poorest communities and very high death rates from preventable infectious diseases compared with the developed 

Education for Health - Special Issue on Interprofessional Education

Education for Health will publish a special theme issue on Inter-professional Education (IPE), with a focus on articles describing and evaluating examples of Inter-professional Community-Oriented Education Research and Practice.

Winners Stella Mini Grant

The international review committee has decided! The winners of the Stella Mini Grant were announced at the Rendez-Vous 2012 conference. Go the Stella Mini Grant page and discover who got the grant!

NEW! Stella Mini-Grant

Are you looking for small-scale funding for a community project? Then we have exciting news for you! Go to our chapter Resources and check out the Stella Mini-Grant! The Call for Proposals is now open! Applications should reach the office of The Network: TUFH by August 31st!

Follow us on Facebook!

The Network: Towards Unity For Health is now on Facebook. Follow us and help us spread the word by clicking the "Like"-button next to the title, or by writing a recommendation.

Conference materials online!

Powerpoint presentations of the main key-note speakers, some workshops and didactic sessions are available here!

Tackling NCDs: A different approach is needed

The Network: TUFH objectives of people-centered, community-based care, have now resulted in a comment in The Lancet on how to tackle non-communicable diseases.

Read more here and watch the interview with the Secretary General of The Network: TUFH here.