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Kawaldip Sehmi, IAPO CEO, attended the First International Conference on Renewable Energy for Healthcare (IRENA) in Singapore 2 November 2018 where a stimulating discussion took place around the availability of reliable, affordable and safe electricity supply that powers 90% of the health devices...
IAPO as a global patients' organisation must appreciate the globalism of health care initiatives and their links with the global economic, social, political and technological developments. The Declaration on Primary Health Care Astana adopted on 25 October 2018 in Astana Kazakhstan must be...
IAPO Member, Regina Mariam Kamoga from Community Health and Information Network (CHAIN) in Uganda, shares her experience in joining the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) working group aimed at involving patients in the development and safe use of medicines. Gone...
The Association for Diabetes Care in Argentina, CUI.D.AR, together with a group of children and young adults with type 1 diabetes, met with the Argentinian Minister of Health, Dr. Adolfo Rubinstein, and members of Congress Nicolás Massot and Carmen Polledo and the National Senator Esteban...
On 30 th October, WHO will host the First WHO Conference on Air Pollution and Health in Geneva .The conference is in response to a World Health Assembly mandate to combat one of the world’s most significant causes of premature death-air pollution. This conference will look at how air...
IAPO recently took part in the European Parliament Interest Group webinar on Integration of health and social care to tackle disease outbreaks on 26 January 2021. The meeting intended to gather EU policymakers, academia, and representatives from healthcare associations and patients’ groups to...
Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, our community is struggling with lack of scientific information for patients. There was a lot of misinformation among the general public and because of that the panic increased. Although the Ministry of Health regularly published information to...
Since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020, our community is struggling with lack of scientific information for patients. There was a lot of misinformation among the general public and because of that the panic increased. Although the Ministry of Health regularly published information to...
Epilepsy Support Association Uganda exists to mobilize, organize, support, skill, care, and advocate for the rights of people with epilepsy to live a dignified life. In October 2020, ESAU with the support of the IAPO COVID-19 Response Activity Grant, embarked on raising awareness to its members on...
Action Group for Health, Human Rights and HIV/AIDS Uganda (AGHA) is a health and human rights advocacy organization in Uganda dedicated to raising awareness of human rights aspects of health, quality of health and health care for all Ugandans. With support of IAPO’s COVID-19 grant, AGHA...

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