The conference will be hosted by the Health Systems Trust (HST), a South African-based NGO, the Southern African Regional Network on Equity in Health (EQUINET) and the Global Equity Gauge Alliance (GEGA), an international consortium of initiatives to support health equity.
What does GEGA stand for?
GEGA stands for Global Equity Gauge Alliance
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org/conference/ 3rd International Conference of the International Society for Equity in Health, "Pathways to equity in health: Using research for policy and advocacy" June 10-12, 2004 Durban, South Africa Hosted by the Health Systems Trust, a South African-based NGO, the Southern African Regional Network on Equity in Health (EQUINET) and the Global Equity Gauge Alliance (GEGA), an international consortium on health equity, this meeting will bring together researchers, policymakers, practitioners and others concerned with equity in health to develop an international health agenda for governments, universities and organizations all over the world.