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(Español) Hitos

December 6th, 2013 | Posted by sabatief in Uncategorized - (Comments Off)

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High Level Dialogue on Multistakeholder Action

November 14th, 2013 | Posted by sabatief in Events - (Comments Off)

The High Level meeting, which took place on 29 September 2013, brought together a variety of senior stakeholders from government, academia, international organizations, the private sector and civil society to explore the challenges and potential bottlenecks of multistakeholder collaborations. It also assessed opportunities for setting up multistakeholder dialogues and action for the prevention and control … Read more

Toolkit

November 5th, 2013 | Posted by sabatief in Uncategorized - (Comments Off)

This document offers support for the implementation of multistakeholder action at the local, national or global level. Stakeholders have called for the creation of guidelines and practical resources to support joint action-recognizing that these collaborations are complex and that resources and experience are often limited. The toolkit was jointly developed by the World Economic Forum … Read more

Second Meeting of the Multistakeholder SaltSmart Consortium

June 18th, 2013 | Posted by sabatief in Uncategorized - (Comments Off)

Meeting Agenda Participants List Press Release: SaltSmart Consortium endorses plan to have dietary salt consumption in the Americas by 2020  Report of the Second SaltSmart Consortium Presentations Dr. Irene Klinger Dra. Adriana Blanco: INCIENSA Mr. Douglas Balentine: Unilever Mr. Hasan Hutchinson: Health Canada Mr. Bill Smith

(Español) Architectura del Foro

March 12th, 2013 | Posted by sabatief in About - (Comments Off)

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Cancer Reports

February 26th, 2013 | Posted by sabatief in Cancer | Initiatives - (Comments Off)

Cancer in the Americas: Country profiles, 2013 Women’s Cancer Initiative concept note Report of the First Meeting of the Women’s Cancer Initiative Participants of the First meeting of the Women’s Cancer Initiative Mapping of Partner Initiatives in the Region Highlights of PAHO’s work with Member States in the area of women’s cancers

Harnessing Multi-Stakeholder action for Healthy Living in the Americas

February 15th, 2013 | Posted by sabatief in Uncategorized - (Comments Off)

The epidemic of obesity, a condition which often begins in early childhood, has intensified throughout the world. The Americas is the most overweight, least active region of the world with 176 million obese people (103 million women and 73 million men) in 2005, or 26% of the population in the Americas is currently obese. However, … Read more

Newsletter Articles

February 12th, 2013 | Posted by sabatief in Uncategorized - (Comments Off)

February 2013 Scaling up access to Cardiovascular Treatment : Issue 4/Article 1 Departure message of Dr. C. James Hospedales: Issue 4/Article 2 FEATURED PROJECT: WHPA Health Improvement Card: Issue 4/Article 3 March 2013 Moving forward with the Women’s Cancer Initiative: Issue 5/Article 1 FEATURED PROJECT: Overweight and Obesity Prevention among Adolescents, Population Services International (PSI)/(Mexico) April 2013 World … Read more

Women’s Cancer Initiative:A joint commitment to save lives

February 4th, 2013 | Posted by sabatief in Uncategorized - (Comments Off)

Breast and cervical cancer are the most common women’s cancers, with over 400,000 women newly diagnosed and roughly 120,000 women dying annually from these cancers in the Americas. Many of these women’s lives can be saved with effective screening, early diagnosis and accessible treatment. There is an urgent need to scale up cancer prevention, treatment … Read more

Active Cities: Transforming Communities for Smart Growth and Health

October 23rd, 2012 | Posted by sabatief in Uncategorized - (Comments Off)

On September, 21, 2012, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and the World Bank, held a policy forum entitled,  Active Cities: Transforming Communities for Smart Growth and Health. The event featured Dr. Richard Visser, Minister of Health of Aruba, Dr. Miguel Malo, Vice Minister of Health from Ecuador, … Read more