WHO Healthy Cities Project phase III : 1998-2002 : the requirements and the designation process for WHO project cities
AbstractThis new phase III WHO Network of Project Cities will play a leading role in progressing action to promote urban, and thereby global health in ways that are both innovative and sustainable. The work of the new network will reflect international policy developments (most notably, Health for All for the 21st century and Local Agenda 21) and will build on the experiences and successes of the first two phases. It will be one of a number of interactive healthy cities networks to develop action for urban health across Europe. This document describes the process for recruiting Project Cities to Phase III
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe & Centre for Urban Health. (1997). WHO Healthy Cities Project phase III : 1998-2002 : the requirements and the designation process for WHO project cities. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/108651
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