BRYEGGEMANN, INGAR G. F. was born on October 3, 1933 in Nordhorn, Germany.
University, Germany, 1954-1957, Philosophikum, 5861, Staats examen. University of Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, 1957-1958. Spoken languages: German, English, French.
Director, Representative of the Director-General of World Health Organization to the United Nations & other Intergovernmental Organization, World Health Organization since 1989. Director, Programme for External Coordination for Health & Socioeconomic Development, World Health Organization, Geneva, 1985-1988. Deputy Secretary, World Health Organization Global Programme Committee(s), and various other positions, Geneva, 1966-1984.
Lecturer, Institute for Pol Science, Tech University, Aachen, Germany, 1965-1966. Rch Assistant, International Conference Section for Socio-economic Development, German Foundation for International Development, 1962-1965.
Member National Council for International Health, Washington, District of Columbia. International Union for Health Education, Paris. International Federation for Hygiene, Prevention & Social Medicine, Rome.
Society for the United Nations, Bonn.
Socioeconomic development policies. Public health, human development, equity and accessibility to social services (health, education, employment). Social indicators and evaluation methodology.