You and your National Member Organization can join an IFMSA Program by enrolling your activity under the Program and making it a Program Activity with all its benefits (summarized below):
The term enrolling an Activity means to apply to join an IFMSA Program with your Activity and for it to serve to measure the impact which all IFMSA NMOs have on the societies we serve.
The IFMSA Programs activities include but are not limited to projects, campaigns, celebrations, workshops, events, training, theme based publications. Using the mutual efforts of medical students worldwide, we strive to bring the world closer to the sustainable and equitable well-being of everyone, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, social, cultural, religious, political or economic background.
The process is simple, and summarized below:
- Fill out the online enrollment form. Through this form, you let us know the parameters of your Activities, for example, its objectives, indicators and target groups.
- Submit a candidature form signed and stamped by our NMO President or an authorized representative of your NMO. This is to make sure your NMO supports your Activity!
Once you have submitted these two documents, the Program Coordinator will contact you. If you enroll your Activity before it starts, they can give you valuable advice on how to make your Activity reach the maximum impact it can have. However, you can enroll your Activity at any time, even after it has been concluded. After your Activity has been concluded, you have to fill out a Report Form which you will receive from the Program Coordinator. It gives you a chance to reflect what you have achieved if your Activity.
If you’re not sure under which Program you should enroll your activity, check the Program Focus Areas document, with examples of activities to help you!
Shall you have any questions on how to Enroll an Activity, contact the relevant Program Coordinator or [email protected].
Current IFMSA Programs:
- Communicable Diseases
- Emergencies, Disaster Risk and Humanitarian Action
- Environment and Health
- Ethics and Human Rights in Health
- Gender-Based Violence
- Health Systems
- Healthy Lifestyles and Non-Communicable Diseases
- HIV, AIDS and other STIs
- Maternal Health and Access to Safe Abortion
- Medical Education Systems
- Mental Health
- Realizing Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
- Teaching Medical Skills