Featured projects

"Health inequalities result in an economic loss of €980 billion per year in the EU."

What’s in a name

As the name of the platform indicates, Care4everyBody refers to the pursuit of building good health systems and providing adequate health services for all bodies, and, thus stands for an inclusive approach of all sex and genders.

As sex and gender inequalities in healthcare mainly affect women, Care4everyBody especially aims to improve women’s health. Focusing on women’s health, however, does not mean ignoring or neglecting men’s health. It’s about acknowledging that women and men have different needs regarding their health and that striving for the best health services for every body should be an absolute priority.

Our solution-based projects

Care4everyBody aims to raise awareness about the inequity in healthcare between men and women. But we don’t stop there. By collecting and tabling concrete solutions that improve the quality of healthcare for all sex and genders, the platform also aims for real change to happen.

Get to know our solution-based initiatives!



Standards of Care in Gynaecology and Neonatal Care

Standards of Care in Gynaecology and Neonatal Care

Standards of Care is a roadmap of quality service outlining the standards of care in the field of Gynaecology and Obstetrics & Neonatal Care covering 25 key clinical areas of clinical conditions which affect women throughout their lives.



The Project of Achieving consensus in training (PACT) is a pan-European project for the development of a harmonised specialist training standard and curriculum in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology.

There comes a person at the doctor’s office (“Komt een mens bij de dokter”)

The Female Autism Network of the Netherlands (FANN)

The FANN is a Dutch interdisciplinary network for professionals (psychologists, psychiatrists, researchers, etc.) who are committed to improve the diagnostic and treatment of females of all ages with the Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), through a variety of instruments, tools and research.



CombatHypertension@home is a project proposal calling on the European Union to start a Home Blood pressure monitoring (HBPM) EU campaign to bring HPBM into women’s daily routine.



Interested to join?

Are you involved in an initiative that improves equity in healthcare for all sex and genders? Then you are welcome to showcase your solution-based initiative on Care4everyBody’s platform and become part of the International movement that strives to providing better health services for all bodies!

Please fill in the register sheet and we will contact you on short notice!

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