The health of a nation’s citizens is linked to wealth and poverty, equity and development.
Modern healthcare no longer depends only on medical specialists. Today, work in the sector involves doctors, politicians, economists, lawyers, communicators, social scientists and ordinary people everywhere. The involvement of civil society has profoundly affected not only the concepts underpinning public health but the formulation and implentation of public health programmes and policies as well.
PHM-CEE will work to implement health programmes at country and local levels, make outreach to remote areas and populations possible, advocate public health issues to a broad audience, and address sensitive issues and work in alliance for the health of all.