The Romanian Presidency of the South-eastern Europe Health Network (SEEHN) is organizing and hosting the 33rd SEEHN Plenary Meeting in Bucharest, Romania, on 10-11 July 2014.
Communities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Serbia have been severely affected by floods triggered by cyclone Tamara and the associated heavy rainfall, hitting large areas in all 3 countries since 13 May 2014. The immediate impact of the disaster was the loss of over 40 lives, and the need to evacuate over 85 000 people to temporary shelters. Economic damage is calculated to be in the order of hundreds of millions of euros.
In a month and a half the SEE Health Network will have its 33rd Plenary meeting in Bucharest under the Presidency of the Romanian Minister of Health.
This Plenary is another cornerstone of the development of the SEEHN as an International Organization!
Its work will focus on four main topics: