ÑUKANCHIK KAWSAYTA KUTIN KAWSANKAPAK: las naciones y pueblos indígenas reconstituyendo nuestra memoria colectiva hacia la aplicación del concepto integral de saludManuel Paza Guanolema, Dorian Flores Andi, José Yánez del Pozo Kitu, kariwa 9, 2009Quito, Agosto 9, 2009
Acciones y estrategias para alcanzar los ODMs en zonas con poblaciones indígenas.
Handbook for Leaders and Community Health Workers of Indigenous and Afro descendant Peoples
Lessons Learned in Working with Indigenous Women and Health: The Experience in Guatemala
Education and Self-Care in Health as a means to Strengthen the Participation and Leadership of Indigenous Woman in Eight Communities of Guatemala
Iniciativa Salud de los Pueblos Indígenas
Lineamientos Estratégicos y Plan de Acción 2005 – 2007
Indigenous Peoples & Health, Workshop '93, Hemispheric Workshop
Villa Maria, Winnipeg, Canda
Recommendations for a Licensing and Accreditation System for Intercultural Health Services within the Framework of the Renewal of Primary Health Care
We are pleased to present a set of recommendations for the development of a licensing and accreditation system for intercultural health care services. We remain convinced that the incorporation
of an intercultural focus in health care models appear as a positive strategy to improve equity in access to quality health care for all and particularly for indigenous populations living in the Region. The same approach should be applied to quality standards assessments of health services operating in areas inhabited by indigenous and multicultural populations.
Health Program of the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas
Action Plan 2005–2007
Regional Office for the Americas of the World Health Organization