Launch of PHAIWA Strategic Plan 2018 – 2022

“To influence policy by promoting, supporting and implementing public health advocacy on local, state, national and international levels” – this is the newly formulated mission of PHAIWA that guides our new Strategic Plan 2018 – 2022:

Following a strategic planning meeting in November and several internal and external conversations, we can now present our Strategic Plan 2018-2022.

The Plan includes our new mission and vision statements, together with a range of approaches and strategic objectives for the next four years. Read the full plan here.

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