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This will be part of an ongoing campaign addressing the “increasing nature of precarious work in the health and social services sectors, putting pressure on governments for investments and standardisation of work.”
This forum will involve PSI affiliates organising health workers, non-affiliates in the region, civil society, people’s representatives and academics.
It is expected that this forum will showcase PSI’s efforts at a global level on various policy matters and campaigns, its expertise and strength in health related issues, and the benefits of networking and joining hands with PSI for the health and social workers. The outcomes will pave the way for a broader action plan and follow up to culminate in the APRECON which will be held in 2016.