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Ministry of Social Affairs,  Health Protection Inspectorate, National Institute for Health Development and others.

The Pancyprian Organization of the Blind

Ministry of Health, Health Services, NGOs (Organizations of patients, Organizations of Persons with Disability, Self-help organizations and groups, Supportive organizations and groups, etc.)

2.3. Do you have active public health NGO networks in your country?

Health 21 Hungarian Foundation

Yes, there are some topic driven networks, such as cancer control organisations (under the umbrela of the Hungarian Cancer League), tobacco control organisations (Hungarian Coalition on Tobacco Control and Hungarian Alliance for Tobacco Control), drug-prevention networks, etc.

Hungarian Society of Allergology and Clinical Immunology (HSACI)

Yes, like  AIR Working Group


CNVOS- Center of NGOs of Slovenia.

Coalition of NGOs in the drug field…

Stop smoking, nongovernmental organization (NGO)

In Slovak Republic there is not active working public health NGO network, but Stop smoking, NGO strives to co-operate with other NGOs and governmental organizations at the purpose of creating effective and active public health network.  

NGO Estonian Association Anti-AIDS

Country Coordinative Mechanism (CCM) at Ministry of Social Affairs – public commission as a national consensus group on HIV/AIDS. It seeks to co-ordinate efforts to respond effectively to HIV epidemic including designing national programmes and seeking the required resources. In particular, the CCM will responsible for managing all relations with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria.  

The Pancyprian Organization of the Blind

No we don’t.

2.4. Do your organisation has co-operation with other NGOs and governmental organisations?

Health 21 Hungarian Foundation

The Health 21 Hungarian Foundation’s one primary objectives is to promote communication and collaboration between various organisations working in public health, with special regard to tobacco control. As such, the Foundation has lanuched the Hungarian Coalition on Tobacco Control on 30 August 2005 and manages an electronic listserve/mailing list for more than 65 professionals working in tobacco control. The Foundation is in daily contact not only with NGOs, but also with governmental agencies and the media.

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