Eleonora De Cata has a Ph.d. in Economics and has always had a huge interest in the NGOs and Non profit, working in the past for the Italian Division of International Cooperation.

She has been living in Italy, United States and Switzerland working mainly in administration and finance in several different sectors.

She has written a few papers on developing countries economics (Peru and Costa Rica) and on Italian fashion industrial districts (and their local impacts on environments and supply chain).

She is originally from Rome and speaks fluently Italian, English, Spanish and French.

She will be working for the WFPHA Headquarters as "Office Manager" taking care of members and media management, accounting and administration.

The Asia Pacific Regional Liaison office (APRLO) of the WFPHA represented by Prof. Yang Weizhong and Ms. Yi Heya visited the WFPHA Headquarters on September 8th, meeting Prof. Walter Ricciardi, EU Governing Council member, and Dr Marta Lomazzi, Executive manager of the WFPHA. Other public health professionals from China have joined the delegation.

During the meeting the development of public health in the region as well as the set-up of a regional federation of public health associations have been discussed.

In May 2015 in Mexico City, the resolution "Child Human Rights – Resolution on Access to Oral Health for Children" was formally adopted by Mexico City government and staff as part of a program that will incorporate healthy eating, hand-washing and tooth brushing in schools.

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CPHA recommends agenda for action to address the ecological determinants of health

The Canadian Public Health Association developed an agenda for action addressing the ecological determinants of health. Designed for public health professionals and organizations, the agenda focuses on nine major recommended actions. To learn more about the agenda for action and addressing the ecological determinants of health, read the discussion paper.

L'ACSP recommande un programme d'action pour aborder les déterminants écologiques de la santé

L’Association canadienne de santé publique a élaboré un programme d'action au sujet des déterminants écologiques de la santé.  Conçu pour les professionnels et les organismes de la santé publique, ce programme recommande neuf grandes actions. Pour en savoir plus au sujet du programme d'action et des façons d'aborder les déterminants écologiques de la santé, lisez notre document de travail.