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Promouvoir la santé bucco-dentaire en Afrique : prévention et prise en charge des maladies bucco-dentaires et du noma en tant qu’interventions essentielles contre les maladies non transmissibles
Organisation mondiale de la Santé. Bureau régional de l'Afrique

Chaque jour, en Afrique, des personnes cherchent des moyens de soulager la douleur ou la gêne qui entrave leur capacité à parler, à manger ou à participer aux activités de la vie courante. Dans bien des cas, l’aide peut venir d’interventions essentielles efficaces et peu onéreuses. Sans ces interventions, l’avenir de millions de gens sera placé sous le signe de la souffrance inutile et, pour certains, de la mort. Le manuel Promouvoir la santé bucco-dentaire en Afrique est la réponse apporté...

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WHO Country Cooperation Strategy 2014-2018 Rwanda
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Africa

Situation of newborn and child health in South-East Asia
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia

Description: The Situational Analysis is a compilation of factsheets on newborn and child health for the Member States in the South-East Asia Region of WHO. It has been prepared by undertaking an in-depth review of the most recent national household surveys like Demographic and Health Surveys and Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys, other national reports, and international data wherever available. The information covers the demographic indicators, mortality, nutrition status, and coverage of ...

Situation analysis of vision 2020 in the WHO South-East Asia Region
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia

WHO published revised estimates of blindness and visual impairment in 2010, and 2010 also marked 10 years of 'Vision 2020'. This publication provides an update on the current eye-care and rehabilitation services in Member States of the WHO South-East Asia Region. The focus has been on the prevalence and causes of visual impairment and blindness; the eye-care infrastructure and human resources; the implementation of WHO strategies for control of 'Vision 2020' priority eye diseases; the status ...

Situation analysis of community-based rehabilitation in the South-East Asia Region
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia

The World Health Assembly Resolution WHA 58.23 (May 2005), on "Disability, including prevention, management and rehabilitation", made particular reference to the need "to promote and strengthen community-based rehabilitation Programmes linked to primary health care and integrated into the health system". WHO is committed to raising the profile of disability, and focusing its contribution on those areas where it can make the greatest difference, namely, in strengthening community-based rehabil...