Almaty

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the largest city in Kazakhstan and the capital until 1998

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Forty years after Alma Ata, half the world's population had no access to essential health services.
The idea of establishing these centres is in line with the 'Health for All' declaration made in Alma Ata in 1978.
Alma Ata and primary healthcare: back to the future.
Alma Ata Declaration proposed a socio-medical approach to deal with illnesses.
WHO's 1946 Constitution proclaimed as one of its basic value statements that "the enjoyment of the highest attainable standard of health is one of the fundamental rights of every human being without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition." (2) In 1978, the Declaration of Alma Ata called for primary healthcare for all people, (3) and WHO's 2008 World Health Report re-emphasized the commitment to primary healthcare.
Between 6th and 12th September 1978, at an International Conference on Primary Health Care, in Alma Ata, Kazakhstan, USSR, 134 countries endorsed the 'health for all' programme through the Alma Ata Declaration (2).
Nesta epoca, em todo o mundo, questionava-se a organizacao dos sistemas de saude, criando-se assim um movimento que culminou na Conferencia Mundial de Cuidados Primarios em Saude em Alma Ata, em 1978.
RUSSIAN revolutionary Leon Trotsky was exiled to Alma Ata (now Kazakhstan).
He added that Lebanon qualified to attend the golden jubilee of the Alma Ata Declaration this year to address the issue with the international community, the only country in the Middle East to do so.
Culminating in the Alma Ata declaration of 1978, this movement was explicitly political and saw world health as a rallying point for socio-economic change.
Alma Ata witnessed yet another episode of the dialogue of the deaf between Tehran and the six Western states in regard to the Iranian nuclear file.
For anyone who thinks that being a photographer is a cushy number, here is a typical day's itinerary: Costa Rica, March 5, 2004 - leave Volcano Lodge at Arenal, photograph waterfall near La Paz, beach at San Miguel, Pozo Azul Eco Lodge, Tirimbina Snake Garden, Alma Ata Archaeological Park, Selva Verde rainforest lodge for shots of cowboys and plants, River Sarapiqui landscapes, views of the Poas volcano and then finally summon up the energy to stagger into bed at Posada Mimosa in Grecia.
She informed that no one in Macedonia has so far invoked the UN Convention of Alma Ata according to which all countries that signed the Convention, including Greece, are responsible to provide landlocked countries with free transit.