IFPMA Partnerships

Pioneering innovative and sustainable sector-wide partnerships

IFPMA Global health partnerships bring together new constellations of expertise from within the global health community can be effective in finding solutions that improve global health.

IFPMA Partners with:

The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) prevention partnership. Together, IFRC and IFPMA have designed a behavioral change-based toolkit that promotes healthy lifestyle choices that the IFRC will use with its volunteer network and community-based to reach approximately 3 million people worldwide.
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The World Health Professions Alliance, with IFPMA sponsoring an NCD Health Improvement Card and toolkit. This NCD toolkit will be shared with over 26 million health care professionals in more than 130 countries to help encourage patients to identify and prevent risky behaviours
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The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the World Health Organization (WHO) in support of Be Healthy, Be Mobile. The 'm-Health' Initiative, using mobile technology to help combat NCDs.

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The World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa (WHO AFRO) and national Ministries of Health, working to implement cancer prevention and control activities in four countries with a high burden of cervical cancer.
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The PAHO Foundation on the Women’s Cancer Initiative in the Americas. The partnership improves the quality and effectiveness of national breast and cervical cancer programs and the quality and completeness of national cancer registries in the region.
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The PAHO Foundation on mobilizing and facilitating multi-sector support of antimicrobial resistance control in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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Over 30 global health organizations as part of the Fight the Fakes, a campaign to speak up about the dangers of fake medicines for patients and public health systems.


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