The Health InterNetwork project was introduced by United Nations' Secretary-General Kofi Annan at the UN Millennium Summit in the year 2000. Led by WHO, the Health InterNetwork aims to strengthen public health services by providing public health workers, researchers and policy makers access to high-quality, relevant and timely health information through an Internet portal. It further aims to improve communication and networking. As key components, the project will provide training as well as information and communication technology applications for public health.
The people of Ghana are to benefit from two new health sector projects following the World Bank's approval of assistance totalling 40 million, last week.
Integrating Traditional Medicine Into Orthodox Medicine which is a continuing process of dialogue and education between practitioners of orthodox medicine and practitioners of traditional medicine with the aim of advancing global health care, will be hosted by Africa First LLC in association with the Ministry of Health of Ghana in Accra, Ghana on July 20-21, 2001. There will be pre/post conference tours to hospitals and other interesting sites and medical institutions, doctors and nurses are encouraged to offer voluntary services and medical supplies to specific institutions where needed during the tour. For detailed information contact: J.William Danquah Chief Executive Officer Africa First, LLC mailto:email@example.com