African Council for Sustainable Health Development
The African Council for Sustainable Health Development (ACOSHED) is a non-governmental organization headquartered in Nigeria with activist, educational and networking activities for the region. A General Assembly is held every two years. At this assembly, ACOSHED focal persons/chapters/networks will present status reports on health systems development/reform activities in their countries, programs of advocacy and governance implemented, new issues and directions for health reforms and progress with leadership development. Assemblies will also provide an opportunity for partners in Africa to review the role of civil society in sustaining investments in health & systems.
ACOSHED's mission is in advocacy and support of African Governments, their partners, and communities on the reforms required for the establishment of sustainable, viable and responsive health systems as a vehicle for the delivery of the benefits of targeted interventions to improve health/development in Africa, including global efforts for the control of Malaria, HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis and other related infectious diseases.
Links to the health workforce crisis
The vision of ACOSHED is to promote sustainable health development in Africa through active participation and engagement of all stakeholders. The mission is to advocate for, and support African Governments, their partners and communities, to implement reforms required for the establishment of sustainable, viable and responsive health systems as the vehicle for the delivery of known interventions and new technologies to improve health and development in Africa.
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