Here at Health Poverty Action HQ we have been busy with preparations ahead of the EU General Data Protection Regulations which will apply from 25th May
Are disease-specific interventions helping us reach health for all?
On the 16th April, we held an event in London called “The Alternatives – Global Perspectives for Healthier Lives”.
Thank you to the incredible Health Poverty Action & Find Your Feet runners for the London Marathon 2018!
Climate change poses huge threats to the sustainability of the environmental resources we all depend on. It also threatens human health and could increase social instability.
Although it kills nearly one million people every year, malaria is preventable and curable.
Read about our As One campaign and our brilliant partners!
Health Poverty Action warmly welcomes the Labour Party’s policy paper A World for the Many, launched today Monday 26 March
What is tuberculosis? Tuberculosis, or TB, is a contagious disease caused by a bacterium called Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB). It usually destroys the lungs, but can also affect any other organ in the body. Common symptoms include coughing, loss of weight, fever and night sweats, tiredness and loss of appetite. A vaccine for TB has been […]
Neglected tropical diseases affect 1.4 billion people in the world’s poorest countries, but they could be safely and cheaply treated