EFPC NEWS2021-01-14T08:19:20+00:00

EFPC announcing the new chair!

Dear EFPC members, The Executive Board is pleased to announce the nomination of Prof Maria van den Muijsenbergh as the  new EFPC chair for the upcoming years. Due to the fact that Prof Sally Kendall is ending her second term as Executive Board member, a new chair had to [...]

Greener Primary Care

Greener Primary Care By Pim de Graaf Does Primary Care have a big environmental footprint? Do we produce much waste and CO2 emissions? Do we use much energy, more than necessary? I suspect we have no data. [...]

WFPHA Press Release

WFPHA Press Release: Coalition of International NGOs Call for Equitable Access for Vaccines and Treatment during COVID-19 Pandemic Around the world, governments are struggling to find ways to work together and control the spread of COVID-19. The [...]

Webinar PHCR&D

Webinar "Primary Health Care Research and Development Journal" The EFPC will be hosting a webinar presenting the Cambridge University Press journal: Primary Health Care Research and Development, on the 16th of December, at 13:00h(CET) All [...]

The 30by2030 campaign

Petition for the campaign 30by2030 goes live from the 15th of November We call for major international donors to assign a part of their vertical (disease-oriented) categorical budgets, increasing to 30% by 2030, to strengthening horizontal Primary [...]

2020 General Assembly

EFPC 2020 General Assembly Date: Monday, 28 September 2020 Time: from 17.00h to 18.30h (CET) Place: online Agenda EFPC 2020 General Assembly: On-Line via Zoom (Before joining a Zoom meeting you must download the Zoom app (Zoom [...]

Primary Sources

The EFPC is pleased to announce a collaboration on Primary Sources with WONCA World, Afro Primary Health Care, Primary Health Care Performance Initiative (PHCPI,  WHO, WorldBank, Gates Foundation and UNICEF initiative), to promote stories from the frontlines [...]

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