Message from the Board of Directors

Message from the Board of Directors

The Network TUFH-WHO collaboration Henry Campos (Secretary General) and Elsie Kiguli-Malwadde (Vice Secretary General) The Network TUFH. The Network TUFH is a network of networks that includes individuals, institutions and organizations committed to improving the health of the people and their communities.  In Line with this we work closely with the World Health Organization (WHO). [...]

You’ve Only Just Begun…A Farewell

After much consideration, I have decided to resign from my role as Executive Director of The Network: Towards Unity for Health (TUFH), effective January 31, 2018. When I joined The Network: TUFH as Executive Director two and a half years ago, I arrived with two distinct goals: (1) to ensure a smooth transition of the [...]
Student Network Organization

Student Network Organization

The Student Network Organization has interviewed Adriana Molina, a recent medical graduate and a SNO member who has grown With the Network: TUFH. Read the interview by clicking on the arrow.Interview with Adriana, a recent medical graduate and SNO member who has grown with the Network TUFH. Could you briefly introduce yourself? I am Adriana [...]
The Early Years Remembered by Henk Schmidt By Albert Steans-Parsons

The Early Years Remembered by Henk Schmidt By Albert Steans-Parsons

Henk Schmidt began working with the Network: TUFH in 1982, assisting the secretary general, Jacobus Greep in building the organization from 19 member institutions to 150 member institutions. He collaborated with Ine Kuppen and Pauline Vluggen to organize the first seven biannual conferences of The Network, as well as two special conferences in Penang and [...]
Regional Highlights – South East Asia by Aricia De Kempeneer and Myron Godhino

Regional Highlights – South East Asia by Aricia De Kempeneer and Myron Godhino

Kamayani Bali Mahabal is the regional representative of South East Asia. She is a feminist and activist in Gender, Health & Human Rights. She lives in India. Health patterns in South East Asia have changed. Over the years the epidemic and chronic diseases, environmental transformations, and international health institutions have created new connections within the region. [...]