Jan Swasthya Abhiyan
The Jan Swasthya Abhiyan is the Indian circle of the People's Health Movement, a worldwide network of people’s organisations, civil society organisations, NGOs, social activists, health professionals, academics and researchers working to establish health and equitable development as top priorities through comprehensive primary health care and action on the social determinants of health.
The Jan Swasthya Abhiyan network consists of over 20 networks and 1000 organisations as well as a large number of individuals that endorse the Indian People's Health Charter (2000) a consensus document that arose out of the First National Health Assembly held in December 2000 when concerned networks, organisations and individuals met to discuss the Health for All challenge.
Jan Arogya Abhiyan (Maharashtra)
Jan Arogya Abhiyan is a state vide coalition of civil society organizations working on health issues since 2000, with the objective of reaching the goal of 'health for all'.
People's Health Movement Global Secretariat
The People’s Health Movement (PHM) calls on health activists and public health practitioners around the world to hold their governments accountable for the work of WHO. Governments must be accountable both for their contribution to WHO (financial and technical) and for their implementation of agreed policies. Governments must be held accountable by the activists, organisations and movements who care about better health domestically and who also stand in solidarity with people in other countries – Health for All!
Medico Friend Circle
The Medico Friend Circle (mfc) is a nation-wide platform of secular, pluralist, and pro–people, pro-poor health practitioners, scientists and social activists interested in the health problems of the people of India. Since its inception in 1974, mfc has critically analyzed the existing health care system and has tried to evolve an appropriate approach towards health care which is humane and which can meet the needs of the vast majority of the people in our country.
COPASAH is a community where practitioners who share an interest and passion for the field of community monitoring for accountability in health interact regularly and engage in exchanging experiences and lessons; sharing resources, capacities and methods; in the production and dissemination of conceptual, methodological and practical outputs towards strengthening the field; and in networking and capacity building among member organizations.