“Health for All” by 2030 – On the Right Track or on the Verge of Failing

Bulletin MMS - Swiss online journal for international cooperation and healthNo 149, March 2019



“Health for All” by 2030 – On the Right Track or on the Verge of Failing


At the 2018 Symposium of the Medicus Mundi Switzerland Network (MMS), Marina Carobbio Guscetti, President of the National Council, and Francisco Songane, former Minister of Health of Mozambique, notably pointed out that even forty years after the Alma-Ata revolutionary declaration , primary health care is still the foundation for achieving health for all.To achieve the goal of "Health for All", inequalities must be eliminated and resources must be better distributed, no one should be excluded and Economic and political interests need to focus on this goal more than in the past.

The MMS Symposium has drawn new lessons and new conclusions and shown what needs to be done so that access to health for all can be implemented as quickly as possible on a global scale. Read our exciting contributions in the latest edition of the Bulletin.





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