What do we do

AMFE works around the world to promote health, keep the world safe and serve those affected. Our goal is to ensure that one billion more people have universal health coverage, protect one billion more people from health emergencies, and provide one billion more people with better health. For universal health coverage, we: focus on primary health care to improve access to essential quality services work towards sustainable financing and financial protection improve access to essential medicines and health products train the health workforce and advise work policies support participation people in national health policies to improve monitoring, data and information. For health emergencies, we: prepare for emergencies by identifying, mitigating and managing risks prevent emergencies and support the development of the tools needed during outbreaks The detection and response to acute health emergencies support the provision of essential health services in fragile environments. For health and well-being we: address social determinants promote cross-sectoral approaches to health prioritize health in all healthy policies and environments. Through our work, we address: lifelong human capital prevention of non-communicable diseases promotion of mental health climate change in small developing island states antimicrobial resistance elimination and eradication of high-impact infectious diseases.


Where we work

We support Member States as they coordinate the efforts of multiple sectors of government and partners – including bi- and multilaterals, funds and foundations, civil society organizations and the private sector – to achieve their health objectives and support their national policies and strategies. of health.


More than 700 doctors from all European countries are registered in the register of AMFE members, with its headquarters in Hannover, Germany. In addition to physicians, public health specialists, scientists, and epidemiologists, AMFE staff includes people trained to manage administrative, financial, and information systems, as well as experts in the fields of health statistics, economics, and emergency assistance. Download the corporate brochure below to learn more about global health benefits, regions and historic landmarks.

I-Ambassadors of good will

Ambassadors are well-known personalities from the worlds of arts, literature, entertainment, sports or other areas of public life, who are committed to contributing to WHO efforts to raise awareness of important health problems and solutions. Appointed by the Director General for two years at a time, they work closely with the WHO to draw attention to its overall priorities or a specific health issue that affects people’s lives and well-being.

Dr. Tankred Stoebe

Member of the International Board (IB) of Medicine Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières-MSF), Director of MFS for Berlin und Umgebung, Germany

Work program 2019-2020

The central focus of AMFE is to promote health, to keep the world safe and to serve all Albanians in Europe. AMFE is structured around key strategic interrelated priorities:

  • ensuring healthy living and well-being for all ages;
  • achieving universal health coverage;
  • addressing health emergencies and promoting a healthier population
  • They are supported by three strategic shifts:
  • leadership growth;
  • promoting the impact of public health in every country; and,
  • concentration of global public goods in influence.

AMFE is committed to ensuring gender equality, equality and rights-based approaches to health that increase participation, build capacity and empower communities.