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NHC has the health minister to push for the implementation of resolutions from the National Health Assembly

28 May 2015--

The National Health Commission (NHC) is concerned about the lack of progress in some resolutions of the National Health Assembly (NHA). Therefore, it decided to appoint the minister of public health to be the chair of on NHA Resolutions Drive and Follow-up to coordinate the implementation of such resolutions with concerned organizations and parties.

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NHCO’s grand technical conference in June will mark its 9th anniversary and reform health systems to improve the life of Thai people

28 May 2015--

Dr Mongkol said the reform of Thai health systems would encourage people to push for the public policies that meet their needs. The academic conference to mark the 9th anniversary of the National Health Commission Office (NHCO) from June 10 to 12 will see the exchange of lessons that will empower citizens to cope with future threats and inequity.

Three areas of revision to the Statute on National Health Systems are proposed for cabinet approval

03 April 2015--
The Commission on Revision of the Statute on National Health Systems held a meeting on February 27. The session chaired by DrNarongsakAngkasuwapala was aimed at laying down frameworks and directions for policies, strategies and actions relating to national health systems

Chiang Rai PAO supports synergy for the well-being of society

03 April 2015--
Busarintha Worapatananont, president of the Chiang Rai Provincial Administrative Organization (Chiang Rai PAO) and the Chiang Rai Provincial Health Assembly Organizing Committee,recently opened the health assembly of Chiang Rai on “Synergy for the Well-being, Equality and Prosperity of Chiang Rai People”

Win-win Column: The Health of Thai People Depends on the Director-General of the Department of Agriculture

03 April 2015--
The Department of Agriculture is working out the registration of two extremely hazardous pesticides namely carbofuran and methomyl although many parties are demanding an immediate end to their use

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