First Islamic Conference of Health Ministers
Date: 12-15 June 2007
Venue: Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia

Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur - The Petronas Towers

First Islamic Conference of Health Ministers was held on 12 - 15 June 2007 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, under the patronage of Dato’ Seri Abdullah Hj Ahmad Badawi, the Honourable Prime Minister of Malaysia and the Chairman of the 10th Summit of the Organisation of Islamic Conference.

The Ministers of health of the OIC Member States participating in the First Session of the Islamic Conference of Health Ministers reviewed the priority health issues facing the Muslim Ummah and signed the Kuala Lumpur Declaration 2007.

SESRTCIC presented a study on “Tobacco Control in OIC Member Countries” (AR) (EN) (FR) thereat. 

The below listed resolutions were agreed upon by the Ministers of Health at the end of the Conference :

No1. Self Reliance Program on Vaccine Production (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.1)

No2. Global Polio Eradication Program (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.2)

No3. Combating Malaria in the OIC (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.3)

No4. Tobacco Control, Harm Reduction Programme and Research Ethics (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.4)

No5. Women and Child Health (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.5)

No6. Emerging Global Biosecurity Issues (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.6)

No7. Human Influenza Pandemic Preparedness and Avian Influenza Control within OIC Member States (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.7)

No8. Financing Health Programmes From The Global Fund And Other Sources of Financing (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.8)

No9. Health Support for the Palestinians in Occupied Palestine and Syrian Arabs Inhabitants of the Occupied Syrian Golan (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.9)

No10. Health Programmes for Pilgrims (KLOICHMC-1/2007/2.10)