The WFPHA has released a joint paper in collaboration with the European Public Health Alliance: “The Global Charter for the Public’s Health: how can we use it to tackle AMR?” 
AMR is a multisectoral problem, which must be dealt with on a regional, national, and supranational level. To systematically tackle AMR, there is a need for a framework that takes these preconditions into account. The Global Charter for the Public’s Health is one promising useful framework developed by the WFPHA.
This report represents one of the outcomes of our last year workshop on this topic. The Global Charter’s implementation is maintaining it’s progress! 
Read the full report here.

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The General Assembly Round Table Discussion 2019 will focus on the Transformational Leadership and Governance, one of the first steps in implementing the goals and intentions expressed in the 2018-2022 Strategic Plan of the Federation. The discussion will be presided by our President Prof. Laetitia Rispel. The round table discussion is open to all the members of the federation. The round table discussion will be take place on Sunday 19 May 2019 .

For more information, contact Dr. Eleonora De Cata.

For more details, click here





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Our Interns Laura, Megan, Maria Vittoria and Sai (from left to right) are attending the 144th WHO Executive Board Session. The 34 elected members come together each year to agree on the agenda for the upcoming World Health Assembly and discuss current health issues and solutions. 

WFPHA supports the integration of the young generation into the center of the health-related decision-making process and intercultural collaboration.



The WFPHA officially supports the World Heart Foundation (WHF)’s statement delivered at the WHO Executive Board, in response to the Foundation for a Smoke-free World’s open letter.

In this statement, the WHF reminds the WHO of it’s commitment to protect their policy-making process from tobacco industry interference, and the Sustainable Development Goal they initiated which strengthens the implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in all countries. Moreover,the World Heart Foundation recommends that no government or organization should accept money from, endorse, or enter into partnerships with the Philip Morris International (PMI) funded “Foundation for a Smoke-Free World”.

Read the full statement here: