Nearly 40 years ago, in Almaty (then Alma-Ata) city of present day Kazakhstan, an international conference of nearly 3000 public health experts took place in an effort to shape global public health.

Nearly 40 years ago, in Almaty (then Alma-Ata) city of present day Kazakhstan, an international conference of nearly 3000 public health experts took place in an effort to shape global public health. At its conclusion, the delegates adopted ten resolutions dubbed the ‘Alma-Ata Declaration’ of 1978.

Four decades later, a look at all the resolutions of this declaration will ring as true today as it was then.

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