MMI is a network of organizations working in the field of international health cooperation and global health. The Network promotes access to health and health care as a fundamental human right and supports the efforts undertaken in this respect by its 20 members, based in 11 countries (Belgium, Benin, Germany, Italy, Kenya, the Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Zimbabwe). MMI supports members’ efforts to achieve the shared vision of ‘Health for All’ through enhancing communication and cooperation among members and providing a platform for the development of joint activities, thematic working groups and consortia. In addition, the network fosters an evidence based approach in members’ institutional cultures and programs. At a global level, MMI provides a platform for joint advocacy to campaign and promote Health for All. Thematic areas of work of the Network include: health systems strengthening, and global health policy and governance. UHC and human resources for health are cross-cutting issues.
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