The Universal Declaration of Human Rights affirms the equal and universal rights to health for all people, irrespective of economic class, gender, race, ethnicity, caste, sexual orientation, disability, age, or location. The right to health has been a topic of interest since the beginning of time. Without health, we die. With health, we live. But one of the challenges of public health is to find out why some people are healthy and live long lives, while others do not. Research and evaluation helps us understand health as a human right.
We work every day to promote health as a human right for every person, every family, and every community. Where they are at.