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Interim financial report of the Director for 2000
Pan American Health Organization ( 2001 )
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Interim Financial Report of the Director for 2006
Pan American Health Organization ( 2007 )
Abstract

[Overview] During 2006 the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) mobilized significantly greater financial resources which contributed to the Organization strengthening its cooperation in public health with the countries of the Americas. The Organization was able to provide a better response to countries’ needs and promote Health for All, while tackling the unfinished agenda, protecting achievements, and facing new challenges. The Organization’s total funding reached $537.0 million, $164.9 million greater than 2004, and the highest level of income for the Organization in any one year. This increased income resulted from (1) the payment of Member States’ quota arrearages, (2) the greater mobilization of voluntary contributions for public health, and (3) the procurement of essential public health vaccines and supplies on behalf of the Member States. The most striking increase in financial resources occurred in the Organization’s procurement activities on behalf of Member States which grew from a cumulative total of $140.2 million in 2004 to $229.3 million in 2006 for the Organization’s three procurement funds. Through extensive international bidding, PAHO is able to purchase vaccines, public health supplies and equipment, and publications on behalf of Member States, government and international institutions at affordable prices. Funding for vaccine and syringe procurement, processed through the Revolving Fund for the Expanded Program on Immunization, established by the 25th Directing Council in 1977, increased from $130.8 million in 2004 to $198.6 million in 2006. During the same period, funding for the purchases of medical supplies (i.e., HIV/AIDS diagnostic kits, etc.), medical equipment, and publications, processed through the Advances from Governments and Institutions Fund, increased to $18.5 million. Furthermore, the Regional Revolving Fund for Strategic Public Health Supplies, which was created in 1999 in order to facilitate the procurement of strategic public health supplies at lower, more stable prices, increase availability of strategic supplies, and create greater planning capacity for procuring and distributing products, received $12.2 million for the purchase of these strategic supplies.

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Interim Financial Report of the Director for 2006
Pan American Health Organization ( 2007 )
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Interim Financial Report of the Director for 2006
Pan American Health Organization ( 2007 )
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Interim Financial Report of the Director for 2008
Pan American Health Organization ( 2009 )
Abstract

[Overview] With the launching of the Health Agenda for the Americas in 2007, the Member States of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) envisioned a healthier, more equitable Region of the Americas where the people have the opportunity to develop to their full potential. This Agenda is intended to facilitate resource mobilization and to strengthen countries’ commitments in health and actions including achieving their goals as they relate to access to quality health services, reducing the risk and burden of disease, and strengthening the management and development of the health workforce. Although the adoption of the Health Agenda for the Americas by PAHO Member States is an important achievement, its success depends on how effectively the Member States, the Pan American Sanitary Bureau, and the international partners work to achieve these goals. By making strategic planning a central component of the Pan American Sanitary Bureau’s work, the Organization maximizes the impact on improving the health of the peoples of the Americas with the financial resources which are entrusted to it.

During 2008, the Pan American Health Organization mobilized significantly greater financial resources which enabled the Organization to strengthen its efforts to provide a more comprehensive response to countries’ needs and to continue to promote Health for All. The Organization’s total funding reached $718.5 million, which was $181.5 million, or 33.8%, greater than 2006, the first year of the previous biennium. This income reflects the highest level of income for the Organization in any one year. This growth in income resulted from (1) the increased payment of Member States’ current and prior years’ quota assessments, (2) the greater mobilization of voluntary contributions for public health, (3) the increase in procurement of essential public health vaccines and supplies on behalf of the Member States, and (4) the increased funding from the World Health Organization for the Region of the Americas

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Interim financial report of the Director for the year 1982
Pan American Health Organization; World Health Organization ( 1983 )
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Interim financial report of the Director for the year 1984
Pan American Health Organization; World Health Organization ( 1985 )
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Interim financial report of the Director for the year 1986
Pan American Health Organization; World Health Organization ( Sept. 1987 )
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Interim financial report of the Director for the year 1990
Pan American Health Organization ( jul. 1991 )
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Interim financial report of the Director for the year 1992
Pan American Health Organization ( 1993 )
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Interim financial report of the Director for the year 1994
Pan American Health Organization ( 1995 )
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Interim financial report of the Director, 2004
Pan American Health Organization ( 2005 )
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Interim financial report on the accounts of WHO for 1980 and report of the external auditor
World Health Assembly, 34 ( 1981 )
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Interim financial report on the accounts of WHO for 1980 and report of the external auditor: first Report of the Committee of the Executive Board to Consider Certain Financial Matters prior to the Thirty-fourth World Health Assembly
World Health Assembly, 34 ( 1981 )
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Interim financial report on the accounts of WHO for 1990 and comments thereon of the Committee of the Executive Board to consider certain financial matters prior to the Health Assembly (Article 18(f); Financial Regulations 11.3 and 12.9)
World Health Assembly, 44 ( 1991 )
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Interim financial report on the accounts of WHO for 1992 and comments thereon of the Committee of the Executive Board to consider certain financial matters prior to the Health Assembly (Article 18(f); Financial Regulations 11.3 and 12.9)
World Health Assembly, 46 ( 1993 )
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Interim financial report on the accounts of WHO for 1994 and comments thereon of the Administration, Budget and Finance Committee: interim financial report for the year 1994
World Health Assembly, 48 ( 1995 )
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Interim financial report on the accounts of WHO for 1996
World Health Assembly, 50 ( 1997 )
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Interim fullfillment of the functions of the Regional Director for Europe
Executive Board, 19 ( 1956 )
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Interim guidance on the use of rapid Ebola antigen detection tests
World Health Organization ( 2015 )
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