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SEA/RC63/R8 - Resolution of thanks
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-10 )
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SEA/RC63/R7 - Regional strategy on health information systems
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-10 )
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SEA/RC63/R6 - Capacity building of member states in global health
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-10 )
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SEA/RC63/R5 - Regional strategy on universal health coverage
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-10 )
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SEA/RC63/R4 - Prevention and containment of antimicrobial resistance
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-10 )
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SEA/RC63/R3 - Coordinated approach to prevention and control of acute diarrhoea and respiratory infections
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-10 )
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SEA/RC63/R2 - Injury prevention and safety promotion
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-10 )
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SEA/RC63/R1 - Proposed programme budget 2012-2013
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-10 )
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SEA/RC63/5 Part I - Draft Proposed Programme Budget 2012-2013
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-07-16 )
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SEA/RC63/5 - Matters relating to programme development and management: proposed programme budget 2012-2013 including implementation of the Regional Committee resolution SEA/RC62/R1 on Programme budget matters
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-07-16 )
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The 2012-2013 biennium is the third and last biennium within the WHO’s Medium-term Strategic Plan (MTSP) that covers the period from 2008 to 2013. The structure of the proposed Programme Budget 2012-2013 (PB2012-2013) is a strategic one, similar to the two previous biennia with 13 strategic objectives (SOs) which have largely the same orientation as those for the two earlier biennia - 2008-2009 and 2010-2011. Overall, the Programme Budget for 2012-2013 (Regional Committee Version) (Doc. SEA/RC63/5 Part I) is proposed by the Director-General, at the level of US$ 4,804 million,with an increase of US$ 264 million compared to the approved budget for 2010-2011. The budget for the base programmes is US$ 3, 419 million, with an increase of US$ 51 million over the approved PB2010-2011. The budget breakdown for the proposed PB2012-2013 is presented only at the level of the strategic objectives by major offices. The South-East Asia Regional Strategic Plan and Proposed Programme Budget for 2012-2013 (Doc. SEA/RC63/5 Part II), with a budget ceiling level of US$ 505.6 million, reflects the current plans and proposed budgets of Member States and the Regional Office for the 2012-2013. The Third Meeting of the Subcommittee on Policy and Programme Development and Management (SPPDM) reviewed the Proposed Programme Budget for 2012-2013 (Part I) including the South-East Asia regional strategic plan and proposed PB2012-2013 (Part II); and also provided its observation and recommendations, as follows: The SPPDM recommended that the Sixty-third Session of the Regional Committee should note the Proposed Programme Budget for 2012-1013, including the South-East Asia regional strategic plan and proposed PB2012-2013, and also to consider its observation and recommendations. The SPPDM also recommended that the Regional Committee should consider the draft resolution on “Proposed Programme Budget 2012-2013”.

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SEA/RC63/23 - Matters relating to Programme Development and Management: Part II - The future of financing for WHO
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-07-16 )
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In January 2010, the Director-General convened an informal discussion on the future of financing for WHO. The attached note by the Director-General for the Regional Committee (SEA/RC63/23) provides a framework for discussions for the future of financing for WHO at the Sixty-third Session of the Regional Committee. The issues and questions are drawn from the initial consultations, early responses to the web consultation, and informal discussions with Member States at the Sixty-third World Health Assembly and the 126th session of the Executive Board. The Third Meeting of the Subcommittee on Policy and Programme Development and Management (SPPDM) reviewed the Director-General’s note and recommended that the Sixty-third Session of the Regional Committee should take note of it and to consider the following recommendations: Action by Member States • Member States should get involved in the web-based discussions organized by WHO headquarters to reflect their specific views on the future of financing for WHO. Action by WHO-SEARO • WHO should continue to monitor the progress of implementation of measures addressing the future of financing for WHO. The working paper and the SPPDM recommendations based on it are submitted to the Sixty-third Session of the Regional Committee for its consideration.

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SEA/RC63/16 - Follow-up action on pending issues and selected Regional Committee resolutions/decisions of the last three years:Collaboration within the UN system and with other international agencies and partnerships
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-07-16 )
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The recognition of health as a key element for sustainable development and global security has resulted in a substantial increase in global resources for health in recent years. At the same time, the diversity and number of health actors have also increased significantly, with private and non-state actors contributing significant resources to development assistance for health. With this proliferation of actors in health, WHO, particularly at country level must coordinate its work, through effective partnerships, not only with government authorities but also with other United Nations (UN) agencies, donors, and civil society organizations, in order to ensure alignment of health strategies and goals and improve health development outcomes at country level. The paper provides an overview of WHO’s collaboration within the UN system and with other international agencies and partnerships over the last year. It reflects the Organization’s commitment to UN reform, as well as its efforts in collaborating with a diverse and complementary array of partners to enhance the effectiveness of the global health community in accelerating the achievement of the internationally-agreed health development goals, including the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). The High-Level Preparatory (HLP) Meeting held in the Regional Office in New Delhi from 28 June to 1 July 2010 reviewed the working paper and made the following recommendations: Action by Member States • To strengthen national coordination mechanisms for external assistance for health, based on the principles of national ownership and alignment with national health development goals and strategies. Actions by WHO-SEARO (1) To continue to support Member States, as requested, during the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) development process in order to enrich the health dimension of the UNDAF through the country cooperation strategy (CCS). (2) To support Member States and WHO country offices to build capacity in strategically integrating health into the Climate Change; Human Rights; Social Protection and Emergency Preparedness and Response components of UNDAFs. The working paper and the HLP meeting recommendations based on it are submitted to the Sixty-third Session of the Regional Committee for its consideration.

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SEA/RC63/30 - List of resolutions and decisions
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-08 )
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SEA/RC63/31 - Report of the sixty-third session of the WHO Regional Committee for South-East Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 7-10 September 2010
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-11 )
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SEA-RC63-28 Rev.2 - List of participants
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-21 )
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SEA/RC63/29 - Report of sub-committee on credentials
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-10 )
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SEA-RC63-18 Addendum - South-East Asia regional efforts on measles elimination (SEA/RC62/R3)
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09-07 )
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SEA/RC63/32 - List of official documents
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-09 )
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SEA/RC53/27 - Time and place of future sessions of the Regional Committee
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-08-04 )
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SEA/RC63/6 - Consideration of the recommendations arising out of the Technical Discussions on “Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion”
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia ( 2010-07-26 )
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This paper is a summary of the Technical Discussions on “Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion”, held in WHO-SEARO, New Delhi, from 25 to 26 May 2010. It covers the key issues involved, the consensus obtained during the Technical Discussions and the recommendations. The paper is submitted to the Sixty-third Session of the Regional Committee for its consideration of the recommendations arising out of the Technical Discussions on “Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion”. The report and the working paper on the Technical Discussions are being submitted as information documents.

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