WHO biennial report: Rwanda country office 2012 - 2013
AbstractThis biennial report describes key activities supported by WHO Country Office in Rwanda and the progress made, challenges and lessons learnt during the January 2012 to December 2013 biennium. The report is aligned with the usual two-year program cycle of WHO and aims to provide more concrete data on technical assistance and other upstream support by all the levels of the World Health Organization to Rwanda, in line with its mandate as a specialized technical agency of the United Nations. It highlights WHO’s policy and strategic planning work and technical advice, and the development of the technical norms and standards that drives health sector operations. Rwanda is a UN ‘Delivering as One’ Pilot Country, and a strong adherent to the Paris Principles for Aid Effectiveness. Our joint work with other UN agencies through the UNDAF/UNDAP was therefore important in coordinating resources and synergies which was a major source of satisfaction for our team.
World Health Organization, Rwanda country office. (2014). WHO biennial report: Rwanda country office 2012 - 2013. Rwanda country office. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/128050
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