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[[Image:PHMlogo.gif|thumb|The People's Health Movement logo]]The '''People’s Health Movement''' is a growing network of people’s organisations, civil society organisations, NGOs, social activists, health professionals, academics and  researchers working to establish [[health]] and [[equitable development]] as top priorities through comprehensive [[primary health care]] and action on the [[social determinants of health]].
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[[Image:PHMlogo.gif|thumb|The People's Health Movement logo]]The '''People’s Health Movement''' (PHM) is a growing network of people’s organisations, civil society organisations, NGOs, social activists, health professionals, academics and  researchers working to establish [[health]] and [[equitable development]] as top priorities through comprehensive [[primary health care]] and action on the [[social determinants of health]]. The network arose from the [[First People's Health Assembly]] held in Savar, Bangladesh in December [[2000]].
 
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==PHM Charters==
 
==PHM Charters==
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The PHM network has three main concensus documents at the global level
 
* [[People’s Charter for Health (2000)]]
 
* [[People’s Charter for Health (2000)]]
* [[Indian People's Health Charter (2000)]]
 
 
* [[Mumbai Declaration (2004)]]
 
* [[Mumbai Declaration (2004)]]
 
* [[Cuenca Declaration (2005)]]
 
* [[Cuenca Declaration (2005)]]
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The Jan Swasthya Abhiyan also has a charter that was the initial consensus document at the national level
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* [[Indian People's Health Charter (2000)]]
  
  
 
==Jan Swasthya Abhiyan: People's Health Movement in India==
 
==Jan Swasthya Abhiyan: People's Health Movement in India==
The '''Jan Swasthya Abhiyan''' is the Indian circle of the  [[People's Health Movement]], a worldwide network of people’s organisations, civil society organisations, NGOs, social activists, health professionals, academics and researchers working to establish [[health]] and [[equitable development]] as top priorities through [[comprehensive primary health care]] and action on the [[social determinants of health]].  
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The '''Jan Swasthya Abhiyan''' is the Indian circle of the  [[People's Health Movement]]. The network arose from the First National Health Assembly held in Kolkota in December 2000 where 21 major national networks came together to work for [[Health For All]].
  
The Jan Swasthya Abhiyan network consists of  over 20 networks and 1000 organisations as well as a large number of individuals that endorse the [[Indian People's Health Charter (2000)]] a consensus document that arose out of the [[First National Health Assembly]] held in December [[2000]] when concerned networks, organisations and individuals met to discuss the [[Health for All]] challenge.
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The 21 major national networks are:
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* [[All India People’s Science Network]]
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* [[All India Drug Action Network]]
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* [[Asian Community Health Action Network]]
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* [[All India Democratic Women’s Association]]
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* [[Association for India's Development]]
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* [[Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti]]
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* [[Breastfeeding Promotion Network of India]]
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* [[Catholic Health Association of India]]
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* [[Centre for Community Health and Social Medicine]]
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* [[Centre for Health Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes]]
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* [[Christian Medical Association of India]]
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* [[Society for Community Health Awareness, Research and Action]]
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* [[Forum for Creche and Child Care Services]]
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* [[Federation of Medical Representative Associations of India]]
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* [[Joint Women’s Programme]]; [[Medico Friends Circle]]
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* [[National Alliance of People’s Movements]]
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* [[National Federation of Indian Women]]
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* [[National Association of Women’s Organizations]]
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* [[Ramakrishna Mission]]
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* [[Voluntary Health Association of India]].
  
The 21 major national networks are: [[All India People’s Science Network]]; [[All India Drug Action Network]]; [[Asian Community Health Action Network]]; [[All India Democratic Women’s Association]]; [[Association for India's Development]]; [[Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samiti]]; [[Breastfeeding Promotion Network of India]]; [[Catholic Health Association of India]]; [[Centre for Community Health and Social Medicine]]; [[Centre for Health Enquiry into Health and Allied Themes]]; [[Christian Medical Association of India]]; [[Society for Community Health Awareness, Research and Action]]; [[Forum for Creche and Child Care Services]]; [[Federation of Medical Representative Associations of India]]; [[Joint Women’s Programme]]; [[Medico Friends Circle]]; [[National Alliance of People’s Movements]]; [[National Federation of Indian Women]]; [[National Association of Women’s Organizations]]; [[Ramakrishna Mission]]; [[Voluntary Health Association of India]]
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The Jan Swasthya Abhiyan is organised into state level networks or circles, namely:
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* [[Janaarogya Andolana Karnataka]] (JAAK) - PHM Karnataka
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* [[Makkal Nalavalzhu Iyyakam]] (MNI) - PHM Tamil Nadu
  
  

Revision as of 01:15, 3 April 2009

The People's Health Movement logo
The People’s Health Movement (PHM) is a growing network of people’s organisations, civil society organisations, NGOs, social activists, health professionals, academics and researchers working to establish health and equitable development as top priorities through comprehensive primary health care and action on the social determinants of health. The network arose from the First People's Health Assembly held in Savar, Bangladesh in December 2000.

PHM Charters

The PHM network has three main concensus documents at the global level

The Jan Swasthya Abhiyan also has a charter that was the initial consensus document at the national level


Jan Swasthya Abhiyan: People's Health Movement in India

The Jan Swasthya Abhiyan is the Indian circle of the People's Health Movement. The network arose from the First National Health Assembly held in Kolkota in December 2000 where 21 major national networks came together to work for Health For All.

The 21 major national networks are:

The Jan Swasthya Abhiyan is organised into state level networks or circles, namely:


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