NGO Code of Conduct for Health Systems Strengthening Launched


Twenty-five international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) recently signed a code of conduct in an effort to help strengthen health systems. The code is intended to provide a framework for good practice and discourage international groups from hiring health workers from struggling public-health systems in developing countries.

Adapted from The Lancet.

To view the document, please see the NGO Code of Conduct for Health Systems.

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