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Pan-Amazonian Network of Science, Technology and Innovation in Health Atibaia, May 9 th , 2007 Laís Costa – firstname.lastname@example.org. Globalization, Health and Sustainable Development. Health Sector human development, equity and social justice.
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Atibaia, May 9th, 2007
Laís Costa – email@example.com
Health Sector human development, equity and social justice
Unexplored potential of health sector to achieve development goals.
Health industry, research, market, services, education relevant tool for the regional integration and development
Technologic and economic importance: innovation, job, profit
Brazilian & The International Agenda
→ Health Sector’s importance for human and overall development;
→The project must foster national development and regional integration through the empowerment of endogenous resources.
Mundial jungle covering distribution – Amazon countries, except Guyanne Française.
Child mortality rate (by 1000 born.)
Source: OPAS, 2005
The need to address regional matters locally
Amazon has been highlighted as a strategic basis for developing knowledge and innovation which concerns not only to Brazil, but either for all South America and other countries.
Rubber tapper’s Home at Amazon, 1912
OTCA search values such as:
Cooperation networks as a tool to overcome challenges
“Pan-Amazonian Network of S,T & I/H”
as an answer to demands of the “Amazon agreement in S,T&I/H” strategic planning.
Pan-amazonian Network of Science, Technology & Innovation in Health
It promotes analysis of the dynamics of the Brazilian health sector and build scenarios, parameters and index.
It is a “Brazil three times program” module; it is a tool to subsidize decision making within the State’s development policy.
Brazil 3 times Program
Brazil’s strategic plan which is not a government policy but a State’s one. It contemplates strategies until the year of 2022.
1. To implement a ST&H/I International Cooperative Network with members of the Amazon Pact and Amazon agreement in ST&I/H;
2. To stablish an Strategic Agenda for developing ST&IH in the region (sustainable development, globalization and citizenship).
Date: July 2007
Executive Committee Structure:
Achieved Results :
Leads to empowerment through:
Expectations: sustainable development, tackling inequalities, improve HDI, strengthen participation of civil society, developing indigenous knowledge and research skills; to improve sustainable use of natural resources (better off relation of sustainable exploration which foresees maintaining fresh water, forests, biodiversity and others).
The main issue is diminishing vulnerability of poor people and of regional development.
It helps channeling the reality that only 10% of world’s health research resources are applied to solve diseases that affects 90% of population, by defining, with civil society participation and within the region, the priorities of research.
By promoting international cooperation, research will be optimized, and the gains will become more transparent, leading to a better share of its benefits and more civil society’s participation.
Strategic Projects and Programs Coordination
SEPN 510, unidade II do MS, 4and., sala 413
Brasília – Distrito Federal – CEP 70.750-520
Phone.: +55 61 3349-0659 / 3447-6160