The Commonwealth Health Ministers Meeting (CHMM) is the annual meeting of health ministers from across the Commonwealth countries. The meeting reviews activity and events from the previous year and provides a platform for countries to bring issues of health relevance to the attention of their Commonwealth partners and peers. Each CHMM provides a ministerial statement summarising the discussion and priorities for the coming year including setting the theme for the next meeting.
CHMM is held every year in Geneva in mid-May.
2016: Sustainable financing for UHC in the context of Global Health Security
2015: UHC and Ageing
2014: MDG – SDG agenda
2013: Mental Health
2012: links between NCDs and Communicable Diseases
2011: NCDs – a priority
2010: MDGs in the Commonwealth
2009: Climate Change and Health
2007: lifestyle diseases and health systems
2006: Human Resources for Health
CHMM is supported by the Commonwealth Advisory Council on Health (CACH) which meets twice a year. Further details are available on the health hub CACH page.