Health Systems Action Network (HSAN)
5 Oak Hill Ct
MD 21117 Owings Mills
Ansprechpartner: Yves NKULU-ILY Shabo
- Sozialpolitik/behinderte Menschen
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In 2006, 31 health systems experts from around the world gathered in Toronto to discuss the need for a global health systems network and the feasibility of its establishment. The discussion resulted in the establishment of Health Systems Action Network (HSAN), a global network of professionals in developing countries committed to strengthening health systems through effective involvement of stakeholders and improved management of resources.
HSAN´s vision is to be a leading global network facilitating the development of equitable, accountable and sustainable health systems for improved health outcomes.
HSAN provides a much needed platform for health systems stakeholders to exchange ideas and increase understanding, at both the global and country level, of strong health systems needed to achieve health priorities. HSAN shares what is known across countries by linking health systems leaders through a global network and provides a channel for members to offer input into global and donor initiatives so that programs best serve country priorities.
HSAN´s overarching goal is to enhance access to information on what strategies work in making health systems strong and to avoid duplication of efforts that have been found to be less effective in strengthening health systems.
• Virtual "Ask the Expert" Series
• HSAN E-Newsletter
• HSAN Blog
• Events like Global Health Conference
• Global Health Initiatives
• Reports and Resources
Yves NKULU-ILY Shabo is the SRM Sub-Committee Co-chair of HSAN.
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.