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the largest city in Kazakhstan and the capital until 1998

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Coincidently, the Alma Ata meeting is being held on the eve of the Syrian People's Friends meeting in Rome.
Consistent with the Alma Ata Declaration and the Ottawa Charter [16,17] it is important for the health sector to work in collaboration with other sectors to raise awareness of the co-benefits of acting together for people-centered policies that promote health and improve childhood undernutrition [20, 30, 53, 54].
En el 2003 la Conferencia de Alma Ata cumplio su 25 aniversario, celebracion que dio lugar a la evaluacion "de los valores y principios que anos atras inspiraron la Declaracion".
It highlights new ideas and directions for public health practice in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries that have been strongly influenced by the Alma Ata Declaration of Health for All through Primary Health Care (1978) and the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion (1986).
The report will be launched 30 years after the watershed international conference on primary health care at Alma Ata (now Almaty), Kazakhstan.
The World Health Organisation's Alma Ata Declaration of 1978 argued that public health was as much a social-political enterprise as a clinical one.
But the event I want to focus on is the launch of the Health for All 2000 movement by the World Health Organisation (WHO) at its assembly meeting in Alma Ata.
Chapter six includes the evaluation of the concept of integration form the Alma Ata Declaration for primary health care in 1978, through to the ICPD ,POA, and points out that HSR.
Increased access to ARV will contribute to stabilizing their health and lives, and assist them in exercising their basic human rights as embedded in the Alma Ata Declaration on Health for All.
In the next part, we analyze the changing nature and orientation of GHG over the past twenty-five years, using the declarations made at Alma Ata in 1978 and Okinawa in 2000 as signposts indicating two very different trends in GHG.
But within days the capital, Alma Ata (now Almaty, in the extreme south-east), saw the first of the Kazakh revolts that shook the foundations of the multi-ethnic state.
In 1988 while under the Soviet system the city of Almaty, then known as Alma Ata, was partnered with Tucson.
IN THE Park Hill Stakes, Luca Cumani's Alma Ata (T Ives) puts a smile on the bookie's faces when winning at 25 to 1 with Jim Bolger's 9 to 4 fav Condessa unplaced
Ives's burgeoning reputation brought him rides and wins on the likes of Ballinderry (Ribblesdale), Sheriff's Star (Great Voltigeur), Alma Ata (Park Hill), Wagoner (Doncaster Cup), and a three-timer in what Malton-born Ives describes as his lucky race, the Magnet (now John Smith's) Cup at York.
In 1978, all the nations of the world gathered at Alma Ata, the capital of Kazakhstan, where it was unanimously decided that PHC is possible in all types of political, social, economic and cultural environment.