A broad approach that focuses on people’s ability to cope with the physical, emotional and social challenges in life. The focus is not on the disease, but on people themselves, their resilience and what makes their lives meaningful.
A strategy formulated by the WHO in 2006 with the aim of incorporating health considerations not only in health sector policy-making, but in all sectors that affect health, such as: Transport, Agriculture and Land Use, Housing, Public Order and Safety, and Education.
A blueprint for achieving a better and more sustainable future for all. These goals address the global challenges we face, for example poverty, inequality, climate, environment, prosperity, peace and justice.