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Description of the stakeholders that contribute to the improvement of health: Visualizing agents of social transformation

Farmacity, la Red Argentina de Cooperación Internacional (RACI), and Help Argentina have come together in a strategic alliance to produce a study that addresses the analysis of the current situation with regards to the corporate foundations and donors in the health field.

The study proposes to function as a diagnostic instrument for the existing organizations, and those that want to be created to work in the health field. For this purpose, the document provides information about the health donors, and about existing development routes that can pave the way to improve private social investment.

The study structures the analysis of the donors into three parts:

  • Mapping of the stakeholders that contribute to the improvement of health: details information on the general characteristics of the foundations, their territorial scope, themes, support mechanisms, project selection mechanisms, initiative evaluations, community participation, and the associativity and framework for the foundations.
  • Good health practices: considering the standards to improve the private social investment at the social level: defines centerlines generated by the institutions and international organisms in order to comprehend health from a rights perspective, and raises relative good practice cases, in order to delineate institutional decisions to the stakeholders interested in this field.
  • From global to local: reaching food practices in Latin America and Argentina: summarizes the principal features that characterize the Good Practices developed in the region, according to the Organización Panamericana de la Salud (OPS) and what is relieved at the local level.

Index

1. Study: Mapping of the stakeholders that contribute to the improvement of health. Visualizing social change agents.

2.Introduction

  • The corporate foundations and donors in the health field: a path to travel.
  • The foundations that work in the health field: general characteristics.
  • The associativity and framework for the foundations: Global Pact, membership to strategic networks and alliances.
  • Elaborated reports
  • Territorial scope.
  • Supported themes and support mechanisms.
  • Principal recipients.
  • Project selection mechanisms.
  • Accountability of the supported initiatives.
  • Evaluation of the initiatives.
  • Participation of the community.
  • Preliminary conclusions.

3. Good health practices: considering the standards to improve the social private investment at a social level.

  • Introduction
  • Consolidating definitions in the field of “Good Practices.”
  • A general framework for the Good Practices in Health.
  • What do we talk about when we talk about Health?
  • International instruments on Health and Health Promotion.

4. From global to local: reaching good practices in Latin America and Argentina.

  • Systemizing general vectors in regional GP.
  • Mapping of GP in Health at a local level: a framework for the ISPL in Health.
  • OSC recommendations for the Development of Supportive Products.

5. Conclusions

 

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Ayudemos a Helenita

¡Queremos compartir con muchísima alegría que el 28 de julio se completó el monto de la primera etapa del tratamiento de Helenita!

El presupuesto cubre los estudios previos, la quimioterapia, el trasplante y los primeros cien días de su recuperación.

La familia va a viajar pronto, se va a hospedar en un hotel con un descuento del 40% por un mes, y se inscribirán en la lista de espera de la Casa de Ronald Mc Donald de Minnesotta, y vivirán sin pagar hospedaje hasta el alta definitiva de Helenita.

Helenita tiene 9 meses. Después de varias internaciones y una cirugía de hidrocefalia, la beba fue diagnosticada con una enfermedad genética y degenerativa, llama Osteopetrosis. Sus huesos crecen compactos y se ensanchan, y eso le genera una compresión en todos los nervios de su cuerpo. Además del dolor que padece, Helena está perdiendo la vista, la audición y corre peligro su vida.

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