Mission

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
promoting a healthier population
They are supported by three strategic shifts

leadership growth;
promoting the impact of public health in every country where Albanians are
concentration of influential European public goods
AMFE is committed to ensuring gender equality, equality and rights-based approaches to health that increase participation, build capacity and empower communities.

Vision
AMFE vision a europe in which everyone can live healthy, productive lives, no matter who they are or where they live. I believe that the global commitment to sustainable development – included in the Sustainable Development Goals – offers a unique opportunity to address the social, economic and of health and to improve the health and well-being of people everywhere. Achieving this vision will require a strong, effective AMFE that is able to meet evolving challenges and achieve the health objectives of the Sustainable Development Goals. We need an AMFE – appropriate for the 21st century – that belongs to all, equally. We need an AMFE that is efficiently managed, adequately sourced and driven by results, with a strong focus on transparency, accountability and value for money.

Gender Equality Plan (GEP) covering the elements listed below:

Minimum requirements (building blocks) for a GEP
Public GEP: formal document published on the institution’s website and signed by the top management, addressing the following issues:
− Dedicated resources: commitment of human resources and gender expertise to implement it.
− Data collection and monitoring: sex/gender disaggregated data on personnel and students and annual reporting based on indicators.
− Training: Awareness raising/trainings on gender equality and unconscious gender biases for staff and decision-makers.
− Minimum areas to be covered and addressed via concrete measures and targets: o work-life balance and organisational culture;

o gender balance in leadership and decision-making;
o gender equality in recruitment and career progression;
o integration of the gender dimension into research and teaching content;
o measures against gender-based violence including sexual harassment.