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National survey for noncommunicable disease risk factors and mental health using WHO STEPS approach in Bhutan - 2014
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia

Findings from the Bhutan STEPs Noncommunicable Disease Risk Factor Survey 2014 provide information on several key indicators in a nationally representative sample age group of 18-69 years for the first time in the country. These indicators include tobacco use, alcohol consumption, diet...

Neonatal-perinatal database and birth defects surveillance
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia

Nearly 3.3 million children under five years of age die every year due to birth defects globally. An estimate of 3.2 million of those who survive may have lifelong mental, physical, auditory or visual disability. As the morbidity due to communicable disease is decreasing,...

Prevention and surveillance of birth defects
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia

Birth Defects (BD) have been recognized as an emerging cause of under-five morbidity and mortality. The World Health Assembly resolution WHA63.17 in May 2010 has prompted the collaborative efforts of WHO Regional Office for South-East Asia and CDC-USA to address Regional priorities on&#...

Strengthening intersectoral collaboration for adolescent health
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia

Adolescents are a great human resource that could become the engine of national growth and prosperity. This potential can only be realized if society can ensure that they remain healthy. WHO has been playing a leadership role to strengthen the health sector response to the...

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ممارسات تحسين التغطية بجرعة الولادة من لقاح التهاب الكبد البائي
World Health Organization, Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean