|In Mexico visit, PAHO Director will speak on ‘health in all policies’|
During her first official visit to Mexico, the director of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Carissa F. Etienne, will speak about the importance of “health in all policies” in a seminar at Mexico’s Secretariat of Health in Mexico City.
During her two-day visit, she will also visit Mexico state to learn about its primary health care-based model of care for women and children under 2 and will participate in the launch of a book on this subject.
Etienne also plans to meet with Secretary of Health Mercedes Juan López; United Nations coordinator and Mexico representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Marcia de Castro; and representatives of the Mexican Foundation for Health (Funsalud), the Secretariat of Foreign Affairs, and PAHO/WHO Collaborating Centers in Mexico.
In addition, Etienne plans to participate in a working meeting with representatives of sectors including health, education, environment and social development, to analyze mechanisms for addressing health in all sectors, as part of the social agenda.
Regional Office for the Americas of the World Health Organization