Following Dutch COVID-19 guidelines

At Wemos we follow the guidelines of the Dutch Government and the National Institute for Public Health (RIVM) in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. This means that all our staff is working from home as of 16 March.

The current situation underlines the importance of our programmes on Finance for Health, Human Resources for Health, and Access to Medicines.

Investments are needed to ensure health systems are strong enough to handle unforeseen health crises like these. Enough, well-trained and motivated health workers are essential to care for those who need it. And medicines should be available and affordable for everybody who needs them.

Therefore, at Wemos, we continue to work on our mission, to improve public health worldwide.

If you are interested in our programmes and want to reach us, you can do so by telephone, +31-(0)20-4 352 050, or e-mail, info@wemos.nl.

Or contact our staff directly: Wemos team.

Let’s all stay healthy!

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