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Expanded Textbook and Instructional Materials Program (PALTEX)
Pan American Health Organization ( 2012 )
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Expanding access to contraceptive services for adolescents: policy brief
World Health Organization ( 2012 )
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Expanding access to HIV/AIDS treatment : mission report, Indonesia, 19-31 January 2004
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2005 )
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Description: Recently, Indonesia adopted an ambitious target of providing antiretroviral treatment (ART) to at least 10 000 people by the end of 2005. As of January 2004, of an estimated 15 000 people who were in need of ART, only 1300 persons were receiving the treatment. The intermediate target for 2005 is in line with the global WHO and UNAIDS "3 by 5" initiative. The initiative aims to provide three million people in developing countries (out of six million in need globally) access to ART by the end of 2005. The ultimate goal of the initiative is to provide universal access. By declaring the national "3 by 5" target, Indonesia has joined forces with other countries towards reaching the global target. In December 2003, shortly after the launch of the global "3 by 5" initiative on the World AIDS Day, the Minister of Health requested assistance from WHO. From 19 to 31 January 2004, a team of WHO experts visited ndonesia to assess the country's readiness for rapid scale-up of ART, to identify the technical support that will be needed, and to recommend urgent action towards achieving the time-bound target.

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Expanding access to HIV/AIDS treatment, Mission Report, India : mission report India, 8-12 December 2003
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2005 )
Abstract

This report was prepared by a WHO team comprising members from WHO headquarters, the Regional Office for South-East Asia (SEARO), and the WHO Representative's Office (WRO) in collaboration with representatives from UNICEF and UNAIDS. The mission consulted development partners, stakeholders, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and civil society representatives. The dialogue on behalf of the Government of India was led by Mr JVR Prasada Rao, Secretary, Department of Health, and Mrs Meenakshi Datta Ghosh, Additional Secretary and Project Director, National AIDS Control Organization (NACO). The mission consulted Mr Ajay Seth, Director, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance. The mission is grateful to the officials, partners and colleagues (see Annex 1) who participated or provided support and advice.

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Expanding access to HIV/AIDS treatment: a strategic framework for action at country level
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2004 )
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Description: For the vast majority of people living with HIV/AIDS in resource poor countries antiretroviral treatment (ART) has remained largely inaccessible. A well designed strategy and plan for scale up of ART without compromising on the basic prevention strategies is of critical importance. This document outlines a strategic framework within which the ART programme can be implemented in the South-East Asia Region. It underscores the important need to strengthen the capacities of health systems to identify individuals who need therapy, facilitate their entry into the ART programme, provide an uninterrupted supply of antiretroviral drugs and diagnostics and ensure treatment adherence. It also reiterates the need to collaborate with a number of partners from both the public and private sectors and especially with people living with HIV/AIDS who can play a critical role in advocacy, in reducing stigma and discrimination and in educating communities to come forward for HIV testing.

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Expanding access to HIV/AIDS treatment: operational research to scale up antiretroviral treatment in the South-East Asia Region
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2004 )
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To date, evidence about the success of HIV/AIDS treatment is available mostly from industrialized countries and more recently from Brazil, Thailand and some sites in Africa. In South-East Asia, a nearly 10-fold scale-up is required to close the treatment gap, however, evidence base on how to scale-up is unavailable. The urgency for closing the treatment gap calls for a "learning by doing" approach. As ART programmes are accelerated, several questions are likely to emerge--Is the programme working? How can we make it more efficient? What can we do to increase access? Is the health sector burdened or strengthened by treatment activities? Prioritizing research questions is an important first step towards generating relevant strategic information for guiding ART scale-up.

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Expanding and intensifying noncommunicable diseases prevention and control (Resolution)
Regional Committee for the Western Pacific, 062 ( 2011 )
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Expanding and strengthening the mental health care system : round table discussion / David Goldberg
Goldberg, David ( 2000 )
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Expanding capacity for operations research in reproductive health : summary report of a consultative meeting : WHO, Geneva, Switzerland, December 10-12, 2001
World Health Organization. Dept. of Reproductive Health and Research; Population Council; United States. Agency for International Development ( 2003 )
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Expanding DOTS in the context of a changing health system / Christy Hanson
Hanson, Christy; WHO Global Tuberculosis Programme ( 2003 )
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Expanding the comprehensive national neonatal screening programme in the United Arab Emirates from 1995 to 2011
Al Hosani, H.; Salah, M.; Osman, H.M.; Farag, H.M.; El Assiouty, L.; Saade, D.; Hertecant, J. ( 2014 )
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The national neonatal screening programme in the United Arab Emirates currently includes 16 disorders: congenital hypothyroidism, sickle-cell diseases, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, biotinidase deficiency and 12 amino acid, organic acid and fatty acid disorders. This paper reports data since the programme started in January 1995 up to December 2011 on the incidence of screened disorders and the molecular basis of positive screened cases. Screening used a combination of tandem mass spectrometry, molecular technologies and biochemical analysis. A total of 750 365 infants were screened and 717 babies saved from associated morbidity and/or mortality. The incidence of screened disorders were 1:1 873 for congenital hypothyroidism, 1:14 544 for phenylketonuria, 1:3 526 for amino acid, organic acid and fatty acid disorders, 1:9 030 for classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia, 1:8 300 for biotinidase deficiency, 1:2 384 for sickle-cell disease and 1:121 for sickle-cell traits. Coverage of neonatal screening in the population reached 95% in 2010

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Expansion del tratamiento antirretroviral en entornos con recursos limitados : directrices para un enfoque de salud pública
World Health Organization. Dept. of HIV/AIDS ( 2004 )
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Expansion del tratamiento antirretroviral en entornos con recursos limitados : directrices para un enfoque de salud pública : resumen de orientación
World Health Organization. Dept. of HIV/AIDS ( 2002 )
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Expansión del tratamiento y la atención en el marco de una respuesta coordinada e integral al VIH/SIDA
Asamblea Mundial de la Salud, 57 ( 2004 )
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Expenditure level for 1950: status of contributions to budget for 1950
World Health Assembly, 3 ( 1950 )
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Expenditure level for 1951
Executive Board, 8 ( 1951 )
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Expenditure level for 1951
Executive Board, 8 ( 1951 )
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Expenditure level for 1951
Executive Board, 6 ( 1950 )
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Expenditure level for 1951
Executive Board, 7 ( 1951 )
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Experience from Rockefeller Foundation studies on the control of hookworm / K. S. Warren
Warren, Kenneth S; World Health Organization. Parasitic Diseases Programme; WHO Expert Committee on Prevention and Control of Intestinal Parasitic Infections ( 1986 )
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