AYUSEDUCA Association | Ayurveda, Health, Education and Conciousness
It is a platform for the exchange of information and opinions among all those who are involved in Ayurveda or interested in this ancient science in Spain, Europe, Latin America and beyond, and act as mediator for these interests.
In recent years it has increased more and more attention to the technical and oriental wisdom. Yoga, Meditation and Ayurveda finally have led to a growing interest not only in the scientific world, but also in the world of art: film, theater, television, music and fashion.
Many of these opinion leaders, sensitive (to the situation) and committed, want to collaborate on projects to expand these ancient sciences, needed to meet shortfalls in health and education, and raise social consciousness.
The union of the ancient science with modern science, from east to west, the artist and the scientist, feminine and masculine, makes us envision a brighter future.
We thank the support and light that our Honorific Partners and the Scientific Committee have offered to AYUSEDUCA.
The resolution of the World Health Assembly on traditional medicine (WHA62.13), adopted in 2009, asks the WHO General Director to update the WHO strategy on traditional medicine 2002-2005 on the basis of progress made by countries and emerging issues currently facing in the field of traditional medicine. Therefore, the WHO strategy on traditional medicine 2014-2023 re-evaluate and develop the strategy of the WHO Traditional Medicine 2002-2005, and points the way of traditional and complementary medicine (TCM) for the next decade.
Governments and users are interested in more than just the herbal, and they are beginning to examine aspects of ERM practices and professionals to determine whether they should be integrated into the delivery of health services.
The WHO strategy on traditional medicine 2014-2023 will help health authorities to find solutions that promote a broader vision for improving the health and autonomy of patients. The strategy has two main objectives, namely: to support Member States to harness the potential contribution of TCM to health, welfare and health care people-centered, and promote safe and efficient use of MTC by regulating products, practices and practitioners.
These objectives will be achieved through the establishment of three strategic objectives, namely:
1) development of a knowledge base and national policy;
2) strengthening the safety, quality and efficacy through regulation; and
3) promoting universal health coverage through the integration of MTC services and self-care health in national health systems.
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