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Global Health Summit

Challenges for balneology and complementary-integrated medicine - The role of FEMTEC

The Global Health Summit was held on May 21 at Villa Pamphilj, in Rome. The event, organized by the Italian Presidency of the G20 in partnership with the European Commission, concluded with a joint press conference by Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and the approval of the Rome Declaration.

G20 leaders pledged to undertake a series of actions to accelerate the end of the coronavirus emergency everywhere and to better prepare for future pandemics.

For G20 and invited leaders, heads of international and regional organizations, and representatives of global health bodies, the summit was an opportunity to share lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. Leaders adopted the "Rome Declaration", committing to common principles for overcoming the coronavirus and preventing and preparing for future pandemics. On 21 May 2021 in Rome, Italy, as chair of the G20 , and the European Commission will co-host the Global Health Summit. The Summit was an opportunity to share lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The concept incorporated in the Rome document "Coordinating pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical measures and emergency response" (including online coordination of crisis and operational centers) is very important in the context of a sustainable and equitable recovery with investments in health and responses and policies based on scientific advice. Policies should accelerate progress towards achieving the SDGs, address the root causes of health emergencies, including the social determinants of health.

In this way, complementary non-pharmacological medical treatments (as exercise sciences, balneology, manual therapies, food and nutrition, life styles, etc.) acquire an important role.

The World Federation of Hydrotherapy and Climatotherapy, NGO in official relations with WHO, fully support this strategy.


Rome Declaration

WHO News



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Global Health Summit

Challenges for balneology and complementary-integrated medicine - The role of FEMTEC

The Global Health Summit was held on May 21 at Villa Pamphilj, in Rome. The event, organized by the Italian Presidency of the G20 in partnership with the European Commission, concluded with a joint press conference by Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and the approval of the Rome Declaration.

G20 leaders pledged to undertake a series of actions to accelerate the end of the coronavirus emergency everywhere and to better prepare for future pandemics.

For G20 and invited leaders, heads of international and regional organizations, and representatives of global health bodies, the summit was an opportunity to share lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. Leaders adopted the "Rome Declaration", committing to common principles for overcoming the coronavirus and preventing and preparing for future pandemics. On 21 May 2021 in Rome, Italy, as chair of the G20 , and the European Commission will co-host the Global Health Summit. The Summit was an opportunity to share lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The concept incorporated in the Rome document "Coordinating pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical measures and emergency response" (including online coordination of crisis and operational centers) is very important in the context of a sustainable and equitable recovery with investments in health and responses and policies based on scientific advice. Policies should accelerate progress towards achieving the SDGs, address the root causes of health emergencies, including the social determinants of health.

In this way, complementary non-pharmacological medical treatments (as exercise sciences, balneology, manual therapies, food and nutrition, life styles, etc.) acquire an important role.

The World Federation of Hydrotherapy and Climatotherapy, NGO in official relations with WHO, fully support this strategy.


Rome Declaration

WHO News



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Global Health Summit

Challenges for balneology and complementary-integrated medicine - The role of FEMTEC

The Global Health Summit was held on May 21 at Villa Pamphilj, in Rome. The event, organized by the Italian Presidency of the G20 in partnership with the European Commission, concluded with a joint press conference by Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and the approval of the Rome Declaration.

G20 leaders pledged to undertake a series of actions to accelerate the end of the coronavirus emergency everywhere and to better prepare for future pandemics.

For G20 and invited leaders, heads of international and regional organizations, and representatives of global health bodies, the summit was an opportunity to share lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic. Leaders adopted the "Rome Declaration", committing to common principles for overcoming the coronavirus and preventing and preparing for future pandemics. On 21 May 2021 in Rome, Italy, as chair of the G20 , and the European Commission will co-host the Global Health Summit. The Summit was an opportunity to share lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The concept incorporated in the Rome document "Coordinating pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical measures and emergency response" (including online coordination of crisis and operational centers) is very important in the context of a sustainable and equitable recovery with investments in health and responses and policies based on scientific advice. Policies should accelerate progress towards achieving the SDGs, address the root causes of health emergencies, including the social determinants of health.

In this way, complementary non-pharmacological medical treatments (as exercise sciences, balneology, manual therapies, food and nutrition, life styles, etc.) acquire an important role.

The World Federation of Hydrotherapy and Climatotherapy, NGO in official relations with WHO, fully support this strategy.


Rome Declaration

WHO News



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