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Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública

La Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública se crea por acuerdo de gobierno el 2 de mayo de 1985. Se constituye como empresa pública, con carácter de sociedad anónima y capital fundacional íntegro de la Junta de Andalucía. Se inaugura el 19 de julio de 1985 quedando adscrita a la Consejería de Salud y Familias. Los órganos de dirección son la Junta General de Accionistas, el Consejo de Administración, y el Consejo de Dirección encabezado por el Director de la EASP.



Pan-American Health Organization

PAHO is the specialized international health agency for the Americas. It works with countries throughout the region to improve and protect people's health. PAHO engages in technical cooperation with its member countries to fight communicable and noncommunicable diseases and their causes, to strengthen health systems, and to respond to emergencies and disasters.


Washington DC
United States

Project Concern International

Project Concern International (PCI) is a non-profit global development organization working in health, food/nutrition and livelihood security, humanitarian response and the empowerment of women and girls. PCI leads overall project management, global and partner engagement, and supports research and learning for Every Preemie-SCALE (Scaling, Catalyzing, Advocating, Learning, Evidence-Driven) to expand the uptake of preterm birth (PTB) and low birth weight (LBW) interventions in 25 USAID priority countries in Asia and Africa.


San Diego
United States

Health Resources International West Africa

'Health Resources International (HRI) West Africa is the promoter of 12-Pillar Clinical Governance in Nigeria and West Africa and a publisher of medical and health journals, books and periodicals. HRIWA is focused on the Health Sector with commitment to health improvement through clinical governance, multisectoral and multidisciplinary team working: basic and post basic training, population health, health information production and dissemination, project conceptualization, design, implementation and results-based monitoring.



Universal Medical Esperanto Association

The Universal Medical Esperanto-Association (UMEA) was founded in 1908 to spread and cultivate the use of the international language Esperanto in medicine. The very aim of Esperanto is to overcome language barriers. Since its foundation until today UMEA is active in this direction by supporting the collaboration among the international membership of the association, organizes medical conferences, works together with national medical associations and health care providers even in remote regions of the world and pursues specific projects to overcome language barriers in medicine.




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