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AYNLA International, Inc. is the first youth-led & youth-directed professional nursing organization in Asia.

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Historical Accounts

A VISION that turned into REALITY! May we introduce our humble beginnings.

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Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Tracking progress towards Universal Health Coverage

WHO's Universal Health Coverage data portal shows where countries need to improve access to services, and where they need to improve information.

The portal features the latest data on access to health services globally and in each of WHO’s 194 Member States, along with information about equity of access. Next year WHO will add data on the impact that paying for health services has on household finances.

World Health Statistics 2016: Monitoring health for the SDGs

The World Health Statistics series is WHO’s annual compilation of health statistics for its 194 Member States. World Health Statistics 2016 focuses on the proposed health and health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and associated targets.

Health in 2015: from MDGs to SDGs

WHO launched a new comprehensive analysis of global health trends since 2000 and an assessment of the challenges for the next 15 years.
The report identifies the key drivers of progress in health under the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

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AYNLA Donates Blood to Save Lives!

1st General Assembly of AYNLA Pangasinan Chapter

AYNLA Pangasinan Chapter celebrated their 1st General Assembly last April 9, 2011 at the Lyceum Northwestern University with the theme “Young Nurse Leaders Taking Step Towards Humanistic Society” which attended by more than 200 young nurses, graduate nurses and student nurses. The AYNLA Board of Trustees also came as guests to this momentous event. The following […]

10 Reasons to Pass the RH Bill

Just a few years ago, say “RH” in ordinary talks and you’ll get blank looks. Now, most Filipinos know that RH is reproductive health. It has entered presidential debates, topped the news, been surveyed to death. Moreover, majority have plainly said their piece: “We support RH.” Why? Loads of reasons—from the practical “We need help” […]

The 21st century Nurse’s Bill of Rights and Responsibilities

NURSES’ RIGHTS I. Nurses have the right to be recognized as health professionals with a defined scope of practice that is unique to the profession. We need to articulate our scope of practice in a manner that is accepted and understood by all. Many of our health consumers still lack a real knowledge of the […]

“I Am Nurse” Online Campaign offshoot to AYNLA’s successful Nurses Black-Out Campaign

Title: “I Am Nurse” Online Campaign Background & History: After the successful online campaign of AYNLA entitled Nurses’ Black-Out Campaign where nurses and supporters of the nursing causes blackened their profile pictures, AYNLA takes an offshoot online campaign to maintain the momentum of making noises for nurses rights and welfare – and the public health in […]

AYNLA Position Statement on Nurse Volunteerism & Unemployment Crisis at Senate Committee on Health Hearing

THE PHILIPPINE NURSING UNEMPLOYMENT CRISIS Senate Hearing of the Joint Committees on Health, Finance, Labor, Employment & Human Resource Development January 11, 2011 | Senator Pecson Room, 2nd Flr. Senate of the Philippines Madam Chair of the Senate Committee on Health, committee members & distinguished legislators, colleagues and fellow leaders in healthcare & advocacy, ladies […]

Nurses Black-Out Campaign 2011

Title: The Nurses’ Black-Out Campaign 2011 Main Objectives: To utilize social media as a tool for nurses’ rights awareness building; To initiate social & mass mobilizations in relation to the protection of nurses’ rights; To garner online & non-online support from individuals, organizations and communities to end all forms of discrimination and abuse to nurses in […]

I Lead to Serve, Achieve the MDGs: Overview of Human Competency

By Aaron Bryan M. Cabrera Winner, MDG Essay Writing Contest, 1st Millennium Convention Student, De La Salle Lipa College of Nursing Several strategies are ahead from one profession as time goes from generation to generation. A spiraling dependence of technology and the resulting longer life spans are faced with problems of ever- increasing complexity. Our […]