Monday, May 13, 2013

National Plan for Good Living 2009 – 2013

National Plan for Good Living 2009 – 2013

A plan that positions equity, health and good living in all state policies

Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Washington DC Time: 10:00 – 11:30 EST To verify the relation between Washington and your local time, you can access the World Clock

Quito Ecuador Time: 9:00 – 10:30

Toolkit on Health in All Policies:

Seminar information:  

The National Plan for Good Living 2009-2013 is the instrument of the national government to create public policy to management and public investment.

It was built from claims for equality and social justice, and from the recognition, measurement and dialogue between peoples and cultures, knowledge and ways of life.

The Plan represents an example of political will and integrated response by government to reduce equity gaps and meet the basic needs of the population.



Dr. Alfonso Contreras, Regional Advisor in Healthy Settings and Health Education, PAHO, Washington DC

Introduction to the National Plan for Good Living

Dr. Mario Valcarcel Novo, Acting Representative of PAHO / WHO in Ecuador.

National Plan for Good Living, intersectoral working example to reduce inequities and improve the health of the population

Magister Cecilia Vaca Jones, Minister for Social Development Coordinator in Ecuador

The health sector in the National Plan for Good Living and how it responds to the concept of health in all policies

Dr. Miguel Malo, Deputy Minister of Governance and Health Surveillance, Ministry of Health in Ecuador

Moderator: Dr. Zaida Betancourt, Undersecretary of Health Promotion and Equity, Ministry of Health in Ecuador

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